I have a kernel that completely crashes the Kernel Analizer ...
I won't post it here cuz I want to keep it private. Pls give me an AMD email contact and I 'll send it to you.
Let me see if I can get some1 who can share his e-mail address.
Alternatively, if you share your e-mail address, we will get in touch with you...
By kernel analyzer -- Do you mean the one from CodeXL?
(or)Are you talking about the legacy kernel analyzer, which is no more supported?
The Kernel analyzer 2.1.880, which I use to precompile the kernels in order to load faster the kernels and to hide a bit my source code.
Sorry, kernelAnalyzer software is not supported. I dont even know what dependencies it has with the driver versions...
If you can reproduce the problem with CodeXL and the Latest drivers, I can lodge a bug report - provided you give me a repro-case.
Try stripping down the code to a bare minimal until it does not crash... As you iterate through this process -- you can probably find that code fragment which is doing it down... So, then -- you can build a very minimal repro-case for us to handle this problem.
Can CodeXL precompile kernels? The idea was to use the KA2 to precompile my kernels because I don't want to redist my source code ...
I dont know if CodeXL can... But you can use clGetProgramInfo() to get binaries and store them in a file.
At run-time, you can use clCreateProgramWithBinary() which you already are doing I believe....
But yes, this would require the device in place...
Can KA2 compile kernels for any device (without the device being physically insalled?)
Have you checked this knowledge base article below?
I see you have participated in an Old thread on this....
I hope it works for you... If not, let me know..
Search for "CL_CONTEXT_OFFLINE_DEVICES_AMD"
KernelAnalyzer is part of the CodeXL product. It is supported by the CodeXL team.
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