0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 30, 2012 2:17 AM by alariq

    gDEBugger: OpenCL buffer is unavailable


      Hi, All


      I am trying to debug my OpenCL code. I am using AMD gDEBugger 6.2 Catalyst 12.8 . I have HD7800 graphics adapter.

      The program is very simple, i just create some buffers then set them as parameters to the kernel. and run kernel.

      But at any point i cannot see contents of my buffers.


      Here is how i create buffers:

      cl_mem buf = clCreateBuffer(context, CL_MEM_READ_ONLY|CL_MEM_HOST_WRITE_ONLY, size, 0, &status);

      status = clEnqueueWrite(queue, buf, TRUE, size, pdata, 0,0,0);


      then i set it up like this:

      status = clSetKernelArg(my_kernel, 0, sizeof(cl_mem), (void*)&buf);


      and execute my kernel:

      const size_t gws[2] = { 16, 16};

      cl_event eventND[1];

      clEnqueueNDRangeKernel(queue, my_kern, 2, NULL, (const size_t*)gws, 0,0,0, eventND);


      then i wait for event:



      status = clGetEventInfo(..., &st, NULL);




      part of my kernel :


      __kernel void my_kern(

      __global CHUNK_DATA* pcd,

      __constant int* buf  // c++ example was shown for this buffer, but pcd is created in same way

      //.. other __constant buffers (total about 16, max available for my adapter is 8 but i assume, driver merges some of them, so there are no errors)






      I've checked, there are no CL errors. I tried to run on bot GPU and CPU and have same problem.

      Any thoughts on where can be a problem?


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