Sure, it's this NEWS item:
+ Do not limit the number of processors to 1024 on Solaris anymore.
Le 11/07/2012 04:30, TERRY DONTJE a écrit :
> Is this also going to include the topology_solaris.c improvements?
> On 7/10/2012 3:16 PM, Brice Goglin wrote:
>> I am preparing a v1.5rc1 release, so here's the current status in case
>> somebody wants to comment.
>> Major changes for is v1.5:
>> * instruction caches
>> * lstopo becomes lstopo + lstopo-no-graphics
>> * improvements to misc backends (AIX, FreeBSD)
>> Full v1.5 NEWS list:
>> * Backends
>> + Do not limit the number of processors to 1024 on Solaris anymore.
>> + Gather total machine memory on FreeBSD.
>> + XML topology files do not depend on the locale anymore. Float numbers
>> such as NUMA distances or PCI link speeds now always use a dot as a
>> decimal separator.
>> + Add instruction caches detection on Linux, AIX, Windows and Darwin.
>> + Add get_last_cpu_location() support for the current thread on AIX.
>> + Support binding on AIX when threads or processes were bound with
>> bindprocessor(). Thanks to Hendryk Bockelmann for reporting the issue
>> and testing patches, and to Farid Parpia for explaining the binding
>> + Improve AMD topology detection in the x86 backend (for FreeBSD) using
>> the topoext feature.
>> * API
>> + Increase HWLOC_API_VERSION to 0x00010500 so that API changes may be
>> detected at build-time.
>> + Add a cache type attribute describind Data, Instruction and Unified
>> caches. Caches with different types but same depth (for instance L1d
>> and L1i) are placed on different levels.
>> + Add hwloc_get_cache_type_depth() to retrieve the hwloc level depth of
>> of the given cache depth and type, for instance L1i or L2.
>> It helps disambiguating the case where hwloc_get_type_depth() returns
>> + Instruction caches are ignored unless HWLOC_TOPOLOGY_FLAG_ICACHES is
>> passed to hwloc_topology_set_flags() before load.
>> + Add hwloc_ibv_get_device_osdev_by_name() OpenFabrics helper in
>> openfabrics-verbs.h to find the hwloc OS device object corresponding to
>> an OpenFabrics device.
>> * Tools
>> + Add lstopo-no-graphics, a lstopo built without graphical support to
>> avoid dependencies on external libraries such as Cairo and X11. When
>> supported, graphical outputs are only available in the original lstopo
>> - Packagers splitting lstopo and lstopo-no-graphics into different
>> packages are advised to use the alternatives system so that lstopo
>> points to the best available binary.
>> + Instruction caches are enabled in lstopo by default. User --no-icaches
>> to disable them.
>> + Add -t/--threads to show threads in hwloc-ps.
>> * Removal of obsolete components
>> + Remove the old cpuset interface (hwloc/cpuset.h) which is deprecated and
>> superseded by the bitmap API (hwloc/bitmap.h) since v1.1.
>> hwloc_cpuset and nodeset types are still defined, but all hwloc_cpuset_*
>> compatibility wrappers are now gone.
>> + Remove Linux libnuma conversion helpers for the deprecated and
>> broken nodemask_t interface.
>> + Remove support for "Proc" type name, it was superseded by "PU" in v1.0.
>> + Remove hwloc-mask symlinks, it was replaced by hwloc-calc in v1.0.
>> * Misc
>> + Non-printable characters are dropped from strings during XML export.
>> + Assert hwloc_is_thissystem() in several I/O related helpers.
>> + Limit the number of retries when operating on all threads within a
>> process on Linux if the list of threads is heavily getting modified.
>> Plus some item currently only listed in the v1.4 branch NEWS:
>> * Fix PCIe 3.0 link speed computation.
>> * Fix importing of escaped characters with the minimalistic XML backend.
>> * Fix a memory leak in the x86 backend.
>> Open tickets against v1.5:
>> * #77: improve windows get_cpubind. I don't think I'll have time to work
>> on this soon since only Hartmut can test such patches on large windows
>> * #79: annotate the lstopo textual output for offline/unavailable/bound
>> CPUs (red/green/black in the graphical output). Easy to implement but
>> I don't have any obviously good solution yet.
>> * There's an OMPI ticket about hwloc fixes for a native windows build.
>> We're supposed to get a patch one day.
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