2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 28, 2010 5:15 PM by bubu

    SKA 1.7 does not work

    bubu

      Gives me this ... useful... error info:

       

      OpenCL Compile Error : the device is not supported

      Error compiling OpenCL kernel

       

      I tested it with a Radeon 5750, Cat 10.12 no-APP + Stream SDK 2.3, W7 x64. Changing the "Object code" to a 69XX gives the same result.

       

      SKA 1.7 Fail

       

      Any idea why this happens, pls?

      thx.

        • SKA 1.7 does not work
          himanshu.gautam

          I am not sure what is the problem at your side. But my SKA generates good ISA.When my system config is :
          SDK 2.3(450)
          Driver 1.4.900
          CPU AMD Athlon II x4 630 processor 2.81GHz
          GPU HD 5770 (Juniper)
          Os Windows Vista Ultimate 64 bit

          Although it gives that error when i try to generate ISA for 6970.

          1. Can you please tell what does 1U and 0U mean.Are they representing unsigned int?

           

          ; -------- Disassembly -------------------- 00 ALU: ADDR(32) CNT(14) KCACHE0(CB0:0-15) KCACHE1(CB1:0-15) 0 t: MULLO_INT ____, R1.x, KC0[1].x 1 y: ADD_INT ____, R0.x, PS0 t: MULLO_INT ____, R1.y, KC0[1].y 2 x: ADD_INT ____, R0.y, PS1 w: ADD_INT T0.w, PV1.y, KC0[6].x 3 z: ADD_INT ____, PV2.x, KC0[6].y 4 y: ADD_INT ____, T0.w, PV3.z 5 x: LSHL ____, PV4.y, (0x00000002, 2.802596929e-45f).x 6 z: ADD_INT ____, KC1[1].x, PV5.x w: ADD_INT ____, KC1[0].x, PV5.x 7 x: LSHR R1.x, PV6.w, (0x00000002, 2.802596929e-45f).x y: LSHR R0.y, PV6.z, (0x00000002, 2.802596929e-45f).x 01 TEX: ADDR(48) CNT(1) 8 VFETCH R0.x___, R0.y, fc156 MEGA(4) FETCH_TYPE(NO_INDEX_OFFSET) 02 MEM_RAT_CACHELESS_STORE_RAW: RAT(1)[R1].x___, R0, ARRAY_SIZE(4) MARK VPM END_OF_PROGRAM

            • SKA 1.7 does not work
              bubu

               

              Originally posted by: himanshu.gautam

              1. Can you please tell what does 1U and 0U mean.Are they representing unsigned int?

              Yep, as get_global_id() accepts a uint parameter.

               

              Btw, I've removed all the SKA's entries in the registry and cleared the temp folders and now works ok. I bet the problem was that I didn't uninstall well the old version.