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Hawkes__Rycharde
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compile_tool and myriad_compile - what's the difference?

Using 2020.1, I've been converting models using compile_tool with some success but hit a problem with a specific model.  I saw that myriad_compile existed and tried that and ended up with a working model.  Why are there two compilers (I could only find docs for compile_tool)?

The two command-lines I've been using are:

compile_tool -m frozen-model.xml -d MYRIAD -ip U8 -VPU_MYRIAD_PLATFORM VPU_MYRIAD_2480 -VPU_NUMBER_OF_SHAVES 7 -VPU_NUMBER_OF_CMX_SLICES 7

and:

myriad_compile -m frozen-model.xml -ip U8 -VPU_MYRIAD_PLATFORM VPU_MYRIAD_2480 -VPU_NUMBER_OF_SHAVES 7 -VPU_NUMBER_OF_CMX_SLICES 7

Thanks. 

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Iffa_Intel
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Greetings,

I had tried both compile_tool and myriad_compile with myriad device.

compile_tool.jpgmyriad_compile.jpg

My finding for this is, they both have the same purpose which is to enables you to dump a loaded executable network blob.

The difference is myriad_compile is specifically meant to be used with myriad device and if you noticed, you don't have to insert -d MYRIAD to it.

 

Sincerely,

Iffa

 

Iffa_Intel
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Sincerely,

Iffa


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