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Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u42910) where doing the programming by using Intel oneapi (DPC ++). shall i use the same dev cloud for Intel FPGA Open CL programming. I want to try Open CL based programming for FPGA devices.

I tried to install 'Intel FPGA SDK for OpenCL' which require minimum 25GB system RAM memory to install that kind of machine don;t have.

so looking alternative option to exercise Open CL programming.

 

Please help here.

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Re: Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u42910) where doing the programming by using Intel oneapi (DPC ++). shall i use the same dev cloud for Intel FPGA Open CL programming. I want to try Open CL based programming for FPGA devices.

Nope. You should use PAC instead.

How to apply link for Devcoud:  

  1. PAC access key apply 

https://software.intel.com/en-us/devcloud/FPGA/sign-up 

  1. OneAPI FPGA access key apply:  

https://software.intel.com/en-us/devcloud/oneapi/sign-up 

 

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Re: Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u42910) where doing the programming by using Intel oneapi (DPC ++). shall i use the same dev cloud for Intel FPGA Open CL programming. I want to try Open CL based programming for FPGA devices.

https://github.com/intel/FPGA-Devcloud/tree/master/main/Devcloud_Access_Instructions#devcloud-access...

 

Instead of answering "What are you trying to use the Devcloud for? ..." every time to start an interactive login to a compute node, you can type the following:

devcloud_login -I <argument options>

-----------------------------------Argument-Options-------------------------------------

A10PAC <development-stack version>

A10OAPI

S10PAC

CO

SNN <s00X-nXXX>

Type the following to simply view a list of the available nodes, to etheir specifically choose a compute node when submitting a batch job or to start an interactive login:

devcloud_login -l

 

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Re: Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u42910) where doing the programming by using Intel oneapi (DPC ++). shall i use the same dev cloud for Intel FPGA Open CL programming. I want to try Open CL based programming for FPGA devices.

Hi KennyT,

 

Currently I have access only for 'Arria 10 OneAPI' machine, and don't have access for 'Arria 10 PAC' and 'Stratix 10 PAC' machines. Copied that error message here. Could you please grant access for A10PAC and S10PAC machine for this login.

 

Error message:

running: qsub -q batch@v-qsvr-fpga -I -l nodes=s005-n004:ppn=2

qsub: submit error (Unauthorized Request MSG=group ACL is not satisfied: user u42910@login-2, queue batch)

 

My dev cloud login:

User Name: u42910

Node Name: c009

 

Regards,

 

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Re: Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u42910) where doing the programming by using Intel oneapi (DPC ++). shall i use the same dev cloud for Intel FPGA Open CL programming. I want to try Open CL based programming for FPGA devices.

You can refer to my first note. there is link to request for it.

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Re:Hi Team, I have Intel Dev cloud account (u4291...

Since this thread had been answered, we shall close this thread. If you still need further assistance, you are welcome to post a response within 15days or open a new thread, some one will be right with you. 


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