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Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 17:53:20 +0200
From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>
To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: LWS and GWS auto-tuning

On 2015-08-27 01:11, magnum wrote:
> On 2015-08-27 01:07, Solar Designer wrote:
>> On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 01:01:27AM +0200, magnum wrote:
>>>     Max Work Group Size:    8192  <---- here!
>>>     Parallel compute cores:    8
>>>
>>> I'm do not think the de-facto limit of 1024 we've been used to is an
>>> actual maximum per any specifications. Also, when I tried this it ran
>>> just fine through the tests up to 8192 but picked a lower number as
>>> best. If it wasn't actually supported, we should get an
>>> CL_INVALID_WORK_GROUP_SIZE error and it would have been caught and
>>> handled properly.
>>>
>>> I presume your segfault was unrelated to the work size.
>>
>> OK.  There was also "OpenCL error (CL_INVALID_VALUE) in file
>> (opencl_cryptmd5_fmt_plug.c) at line (381) - (Copy data back)".
>>
>> Are you going to look into these, or/and create GitHub Issues so they
>> are not forgotten?
>
> That is already fixed (handled) by today's changes. If you get a
> segfault running edfc502630 or later, I will regard it a problem.

After some (well a lot) regression testing with nvidia and Intel CPU, 
some issues where addressed. cf6f3457f seems to be a decent version. Now 
another round of regression testing on AMD and others  o.O

Current version has this in john.conf (might be a temporary feature)

# Initial local work-size for auto-tune (CPU devices excepted).
# 0 means let the OpenCL implementation pick a suitable value.
# 1 means query for "best multiple" (usually corresponds to "warp size").
# Any other value (eg. 64) will be taken verbatim.
AutotuneLWS = 1

We could add a couple other queries as 2, 3 and so on if we come up with 
any good ones.

magnum

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