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Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 13:55:00 -0300
From: Claudio André <>
Subject: Re: sha512crypt-opencl format fails in xeon phi coprocesor

> === Testing sha512crypt-opencl on MIC ===
> Device 1: Intel(R) Many Integrated Core Acceleration Card
> Exit code: 139
> 139 means segfault.
> Now that I've tried bleeding-jumbo on our 5110P, I am getting results
> similar to what Mr Dupito posted.
> I suggest that we create you an account on our machine with the 5110P,
> and you debug the issue.

It is a good path to follow, but I saw a lot of errors in raw formats, 
event MD4 and MD5. And it doesn't make sense, "they are very simple code".

Intel OpenCL driver/compiler creativity!?!?!

That said, seems to me OpenCL and MIC are not going to be a production 
quality target for a while. I might solve the problem with raw formats, 
but I'm not confident things are going to be much better than now.


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