It seems like we have some issue with the version of the sep driver, but performing the command /opt/intel/vtune_amplifier_xe_2016.3.0.463186/bin64/sep -version -mic we get the following output:
Sampling Enabling Product version: 4.0 (private) built by patbbinn on Apr 20 2016 02:39:28
SEP User Mode Version: 4.0.0
mic 0 (phi02-mic0.ncc.unesp.br): SEP driver version 4.0.0
mic 1 (phi02-mic1.ncc.unesp.br): SEP driver version 4.0.0
mic 2 (phi02-mic2.ncc.unesp.br): SEP driver version 4.0.0
mic 3 (phi02-mic3.ncc.unesp.br): SEP driver version 4.0.0
mic 4 (phi02-mic4.ncc.unesp.br): SEP driver version 4.0.0
which suggests that the driver versions are ok.
We are using the Intel Parallel Studio Cluster Edition 2016 update 3 on a CentOS 7.2.1511 machine with kernel 3.10.0-327.18.2.el7.x86_64
You'll find attached the log files generated by the vtune execution and the application.