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How to download file attachment in private email?

Sorry off-topic but I could not find any other forum to post this.

I got file attachments (at least, the sender told me that) from an Intel support, but I do not see any download button or link in the private message thread. Anybody know how to download these files?

 

Thanks! 

[aarch64][patch] Enable GCC builtin intrinsics (__sync_*) on Clang

Hi,

Clang supports GCC builtin intrinsics (__sync_*) used for atomics. I tested master branch and Clang 3.5 in Fedora 21 on x86_64 and aarch64 machines. include/clang/Basic/Builtins.def from Clang contained every intrinsic used in TBB. I compiled TBB (current version, tbb43_20150316oss) on x86_64 with Clang with -DTBB_USE_GCC_BUILTINS=1  and it compiled. I seems Clang isn't fully maintained and some tests fail even on x86_64. Similar tests failed on aarch64 (plus one additional).

parallel task with several parallel stages

I have an algorithm that can be parallelised using the divide-and-conquer approach, but requires more than one parallel stage per task. In other wordsk, a given task can be split into several consecutive stages which cannot be done in parallel, but each stage can potentially be split into several parallel tasks. I have implemented this as sketced below.

Dynamic allocator replacement on OS X* with Intel® TBB

The Intel® Threading Building Blocks (Intel® TBB) library provides an alternative way to dynamically allocate memory - Intel TBB scalable allocator (tbbmalloc). Its purpose is to provide better performance and scalability for memory allocation/deallocation operations in multithreaded applications, compared to the default allocator.

There are two general ways to employ Intel TBB scalable allocator in your application:

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  • spawn with enqueue

    Hi,

    I want to exclude main thread. I have a longrunning work that should run independent of main thread. Also, the longrunning work has to work by splitting it multiple tasks. I have tried to create a root task and enqueue it. Afterwards, the root task spawned the child tasks.

    For example,

    longtask *root_task = new(task::allocate_root())longtask();

    task::enqueue(*root_task);

    class longtask

    {

             task* execute()

           {

            set_ref_count(m_task_count + 1);

    can concurrent_bounded_queue deadlock if producer and consumer have different thread priorities?

     

    I am debugging an issue in my code where I have a concurrent_bounded_queue two producers threads and one consumer thread. The consumer has default thread priority and the producers have low thread priority.

    Sometimes I get a deadlock with these stack traces:

    Thread 66 (Thread 0x7ffedffff700 (LWP 9126)):

    What's New? Intel® Threading Building Blocks 4.3 Update 4

    Changes (w.r.t. Intel TBB 4.3 Update 3):
    - Added a C++11 variadic constructor for enumerable_thread_specific.
        The arguments from this constructor are used to construct
        thread-local values.
    - Improved exception safety for enumerable_thread_specific.
    - Added documentation for tbb::flow::tagged_msg class and
        tbb::flow::output_port function.
    - Fixed build errors for systems that do not support dynamic linking.
    - C++11 move aware insert and emplace methods have been added to

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