Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2019 13:55:00 +0200 From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Unable to use OpenCL on arm64v8/debian stretch On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 10:30:54PM -0400, billwhittaker@...e-mail.net wrote: > ./configure --enable-mpi BTW, why do you care to build with MPI support? How many of these boards do you intend to use? > make -s clean && make -sj6 > ../run/john --test=0 --format=cpu > Testing: crypt, generic crypt(3) [?/64]... (6xOMP) PASS > All 404 formats passed self-tests! This looks right. We have 407 CPU formats in 1.9.0-jumbo-1 by default, but a few get disabled at compile-time on non-x86 systems. > Incidentally, I am working on a Rock Pi. When I run the binary compiled on a Rock64, I see, > All 705 formats passed self-tests! Perhaps you don't have all of the .conf files in place when you run the other binary. We have dynamic_disabled.conf, which disables plenty of dynamic formats by default. Looking at the specs for these boards, the Rock Pi has two kinds of CPU cores: two faster cores and four slower cores. This means OpenMP might not use them optimally by default. You'd need to split them into two sets (using GOMP_CPU_AFFINITY and OMP_NUM_THREADS) and use separate instances of JtR (with "--session"), or try OpenMP dynamic scheduling ("OMP_SCHEDULE=dynamic") along with our auto-tuning ("--tune=auto"), or give up on OpenMP and use "--fork" (will result in best performance, but has other drawbacks). This is in case you use CPU formats, not OpenCL. I say "might not" rather than "will not" "use them optimally" because we don't know whether the CPU would possibly throttle when you attempt to use it fully. So it is possible that under-using the two faster cores is actually optimal. Of course, you'd only try this for fun. These boards won't deliver great performance no matter what you do, unless you have a lot of them. For comparison, here are some other benchmarks of password cracking on mobile CPU and GPU vs. desktop CPU with its embedded GPU: https://hashsuite.openwall.net/android Alexander
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