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Hello Everyone, Is it possible to disable the loop pipelining completely? I tried using the max_concurrency Pragma to set the concurrency to 1 but still in the report I see that the loops are marked as pipelined

GSing13
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HRZ
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No, it is not possible to disable loop pipelining, and there is probably little to no reason to do so either. Why do you want to disable pipelining?

 

The max_concurrency parga is designed for a different reason (controlling replication factor for multi-ported RAM/ROM buffers used in a single work-item loop by limiting number of loop iteration that can be in-flight concurrently).

Kenny_Tan
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Is there any update?
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