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Call for Participation for CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop

Call for Participation

CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop, http://cass-mt.pnnl.gov/cnc2014

September 18-19, 2014 at Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR (co-located with LCPC'14)

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Address: 2111 NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124

(Jones Farm Campus)

Workshop Agenda:

Thursday, September 18th, 2014: (JFCC 119)

Name of the C++ compiler help needed

I have Parallel Studio 2013 SP rev 3 recently installed in my Windows 64 bit computer with a Intel CPU.  I am trying Wolfram Mathematica use the Intell C++ compiler.

I need the directory name which if correct is at

"C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Intel\\Composer XE 2013 SP1"

 

But now, I am suppose to enter the compiler name with extention. I am not sure whi one numerous files is the actual compiler and the correct extension. 

Segmentation fault with prime example

I downloaded both Intel Concurrent Collections for C++ binary and source and then installed on 4 VMware images. Each of them has Fedora 17 installed. I attempted to run prime/prime example. It always ended with a segmentation fault. The segmentation occurred in CnC::Internal::chronometer::step_timer::start_put() method which is around the call to cnc_rdtsc method. See attached file for details.

I compiled the libraries myself and still observed the same issue. Any suggestion?

Minh-Nhut

Call for Abstract for CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop

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Call for Abstracts:

 

 CnC-2014: The Sixth Annual Concurrent Collections Workshop

http://cass-mt.pnnl.gov/cnc2014

 

September 18-19, 2014 at Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR (co-located with LCPC'14)

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Important Dates

Abstracts Due: August 8, 2014

Notification: August 22, 2014

Intel(R) CnC (Concurrent Collections) 1.0 available in open source

The new version 1.0 of Intel(R) Concurrent Collections for C++ is available at

https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-concurrent-collections-f...

For the first time it has also been released as open source. Check out it's new home-page on git-hub: https://icnc.github.io

Other news of this release are

  • Support for re-use

Limit the Memory Consumption

I'm running my program in a HPC environment (no hard drives, no swap). The system kills any program that is using too much memory. I used the garbage tuners on my collection, but I'm afraid that at some point where I reach my maximum memory capacity, your scheduler launches a step that produces more data thus increasing the memory footprint instead of launching a step that consumes data thus decreasing the memory footprint.

Is there anyway to limit the memory consumption?

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