What I call "GPU cores" is likely not shown by the operating systems as
"normal" cores. So hwloc would likely not show anything about them. The
new hwloc trunk has support for showing GPU devices (as long as they are
PCI devices), but we won't have any details about the cores inside these
I/O devices without specific support for their driver.
Reading your mail the gridengine mailing list, I see that you are
talking about Bulldozer. Somebody at AMD already ran hwloc on the
upcoming Interlagos processor a while ago, and it worked fine. But these
were only CPU cores, nothing about GPUs. Actually, I am not so familiar
with all these marketing names, so I don't really know if the "Fusion"
name applies to Bulldozer chips, or only to the already available
laptop-like Bobcat chips.
Le 06/04/2011 22:55, Rayson Ho a écrit :
> Just wondering if anyone on this list has an AMD fusion laptop, or has
> access to a machine with pre-release version of AMD Fusion CPUs?? I
> would like to find out what hwloc reports when it is run on those
> machines: do the GPU cores get reported as CPU cores or not reported
> by hwloc at all?? I asked that question on the Grid Engine mailing
> list but no one has access to one.
> Grid Engine (our open source fork: Open Grid Scheduler, and there are
> other forks like Univa Grid Engine) is still using PLPA, but will
> eventually(!) migrate to hwloc. But if there are API changes required
> in order to support AMD fusion in hwloc, then we might just wait for
> another few months...
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