[parsec-users] PARSEC 2.0: Call for Contributions
kshitij at cs.utah.edu
Wed Sep 3 17:37:30 EDT 2008
I compiled PARSEC benchmarks a while ago for Linux/SPARC (before Chris
Fensch's patch for Solaris/SPARC) and I compiled all the benchmarks to
be static binaries (to be run with Simics). I have attached the
description of hacks I made to get it working. I was able to compile 7
applications only back then. I have not hacked at Chris' patch to work
with Linux /SPARC but I am working on it now.
On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 3:15 PM, Christian Bienia
<cbienia at cs.princeton.edu> wrote:
> We're currently working on PARSEC 2.0. The new release of the benchmark
> suite will include new workloads, several important improvements and all the
> user-submitted patches which we have received so far.
> We encourage the whole PARSEC community to contribute whatever might be
> useful to other users. Have you created new build configurations, fixed bugs
> or added a new feature in the course of your own research? Then please send
> us a patch! All contributors will of course receive full credit for their
> Some of the things that might be interesting for other PARSEC users:
> * Bugfixes
> * New build configurations (e.g. statically linked binaries)
> * Port of PARSEC to new platforms (e.g. Tru64 Unix / Alpha)
> * New, interesting input sets
> * Additional workloads
> * Useful scripts and tools that you use for your own work
> * Implementations of new parallelization models (e.g. transactional memory)
> These are just some of the ideas that come to my mind. You can use the
> parsec-users mailing list or the PARSEC Wiki to distribute your patches, or
> send me an email directly.
> There is no date for the release of PARSEC 2.0, but you should send us
> whatever you have within the next few weeks (rather sooner than later).
> - Chris
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> parsec-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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