We are seeing GROMACS kernels likely miscompiled by AMDGPU-PRO 18.10 for V; several of our unit and regression tests fail that otherwise pass on Hawaii, Fiji, and Baffin.
Where do I report such issues. Reproducing is easy: just follow the build instructions and run "make check".
Bug / Issue reports link is on the driver download page, but they don't respond to those it is just a notification.
Support email tickets that they do respond to are the bottom link in the contact page.
There are also links in Radeon Settings.
I included his contact in the thread, that sent him a notification he was mentioned. Usually he would respond to that and may still do that.
Which "contact page", the forum's, the driver stack's, or AMD general?
I'm not sure what "Radeon Settings" is, presumably a gui tool I suspect. I live on the command line for using GPUs.
Here are the steps to reproduce the issue:
i.e. get the code, build it and run "make check".
$ uname -r; cat /etc/lsb-release
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS"
$ lspci | grep -i Vega
03:00.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Vega 10 XTX [Radeon Vega Frontier Edition] (rev ff)
Not sure what you mean the "product"?
Yes, it is. Apologies, looks like there was a unannouced software swap and it was actually the ROCm 1.8 stack that I was testing with -- not the AMDGPU-PRO that used to be installed on the machine before.
Yes, the card is a Vega Frontier Edition; ROCm version is the latest from the Deb repos.
I guess I should go back to the github bugtracker and file the issues there?
Related: the Vega card does not seem to work with AMDGPU-PRO installed in legacy mode, is that normal?
If you install ROCm, then there is no need to install the AMDGPU-Pro driver. ROCm from Github contains the gpu driver
I know; we are evaluating ROCm, but at the moment the stability and correctness issues necessitate the use of AMDGPU-PRO. Can you advise on legacy VS PAL mode?