OpenCL runtime 14.2 with support to CPU and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor is now available. Designed to support high performance applications with Intel’s server line of processors. This release provides new features for better performance and wider support for SPIR 1.2.
You can download the new release directly at: OpenCL™ Drivers and Runtimes for Intel® Architecture.
Hi, dunno if this is the right to place to report a little problem, but I updated the Windows 64 bit OpenCL CPU-only runtime version from 14.1 to 14.2 and now I'm getting the following warning when I initialize the OpenCL context:
WARNING: Linking two modules of different data layouts!
WARNING: Linking two modules of different target triples: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Intel\OpenCL\bin\common\clbltfnshared.rtl: 'i686-pc-win32-elf' and 'x86_64-pc-win32-elf'
The warning appears only when I run my application in 64 bit. In spite of the warning, the application works as expected. This is the first time I see this message since it never popped up with the previous version. Thanks!
Don't want to create a new thread for this
This is a suggestion for machines that don't have OpenCL driver installed (because they don't have a GPU)
It's sometimes difficult on linux for us as we do OpenCL when there is a GPU or CPU only (no OpenGL when there is no GPU or user selects to run in CPU) and we do plugins and end users context totally varies (inclduing flavor of linux). You would think I could simply just not have the library load when I don't need it, that aside...
My comment is your driver is a lot less convenient to install than the AMD package for your own CPU when there is no GPU (like on a XEON and we have a lot of render farm clients on that).
I have to say to customers things like: Find the OpenCL drivers at https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/opencl-drivers
Then they come back it suddenly it has the following dependencies:
yum install numactl
yum install redhat-lsb-core
intel mpss from: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-manycore-platform-software-stack-mps
uh? (this is this week with a CentOS 6.5 client)
(Also I don't see a way to press a checkbox to subscribe to this thread :) ).