i have the same question, i have send a request email to the company, why there is no reply for so long time?
please send me if you see this ,thank you .
Until now, the ACML GPU software has only been available by asking the right people. But now it will be a little more freely available. Now you just need to know to look on these forums!
The .7 Beta version of ACML GPU is now posted on the AMD developer FTP server.
Access information is:
The acmlgpu0.7 zip and tgz files can be found at that location.
Access information is incorrect now.
Please say, how can I download ACML for GPU.
Hi KOL-93, email email@example.com with the request. We've moved the location to an FTP site that is just for ACML-GPU.
The FTP access information that ChipF posted above is correct.
I have just tested this FTP download and it worked fine.
However, we have heard reports of people having difficulty downloading it.
My best advice is to try again. If you are still unable to download it after retrying over a reasonable period of time, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org as Michael has suggested.
Sorry you had problem with the download,
Access information is:
"There was an error logging you in. Please verify your username and password combination and try again."
Yes that is correct. I just tested the login again (2 PM EST) and it is working fine.
This response is provided for informational purposes only, is provided “AS IS” and does not obligate AMD to provide any of the services, technology, or programs described
AMD has now released ACML-GPU version 1.0. It is available on the AMD developer central download pages. It is no longer necessary to go the the FTP site mentioned earlier.
hi,I build the linpack with the lib of acml_gpu in AS 5u1,mpich-1.2.7, the linker say wrong,the message show as follow:
/root/acml-gpu/acmlg1.0/gfortran64/lib/libacml.a(ompaaw.o): In function `ompaawg_':
ompaaw.f:(.text+0x1a0): undefined reference to `sgemm_ctm_speedup_'
ompaaw.f:(.text+0x1ea): undefined reference to `sgemm_ctm_modulus_'
ompaaw.f:(.text+0x2bf): undefined reference to `dgemm_ctm_speedup_'
/root/acml-gpu/acmlg1.0/gfortran64/lib/libacml.a(ctmaaz.o): In function `ctmaaz_':
ctmaaz.f:(.text+0x1): undefined reference to `cal_get_num_gpus_'
/root/acml-gpu/acmlg1.0/gfortran64/lib/libacml.a(dgemmcompL.o): In function `dgemmcomplg_':
dgemmcompL.f:(.text+0xb283): undefined reference to `dgemm_cal_f_'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
can you help me? thank you
my email : email@example.com
Edit: Removed emoticons from code
Please follow the example for linking in acmlg1.0/gfortran/examples/makefile.
The command line for the linker must include libCALBLAS as well as libacml.
Here is the log from building the samples:
ACML@mako54:~/acmlg1.0/gfortran64/examples.cpy> make clean
gcc -g dgemm_c_example.c -I../include ../lib/libacml.a -L ../lib -lCALBLAS -L /usr/X11R6/lib64 -laticalcl -laticalrt -lgfortran -o dgemm_c_example.exe
dgemm_c_example.c:136:2: warning: no newline at end of file
gcc -g sgemm_c_example.c -I../include ../lib/libacml.a -L ../lib -lCALBLAS -L /usr/X11R6/lib64 -laticalcl -laticalrt -lgfortran -o sgemm_c_example.exe
sgemm_c_example.c:135:2: warning: no newline at end of file
gfortran -g time_dgemm.f ../lib/libacml.a -L ../lib -lCALBLAS -L /usr/X11R6/lib64 -laticalcl -laticalrt -o time_dgemm.exe
gfortran -g time_sgemm.f ../lib/libacml.a -L ../lib -lCALBLAS -L /usr/X11R6/lib64 -laticalcl -laticalrt -o time_sgemm.exe
gfortran -g acmlinfo.f ../lib/libacml.a -L ../lib -lCALBLAS -L /usr/X11R6/lib64 -laticalcl -laticalrt -o acmlinfo.exe
does anyone have anything in terms of BLAS performance on Radeon 4000 series or equivalent firestream???