[parsec-users] question for parsec

Christian Bienia cbienia at CS.Princeton.EDU
Tue Mar 31 21:30:47 EDT 2009


Hi Abraham,

That's right, many PARSEC workloads use condition variables. You can search
for "pthread_cond" in the source code to see where exactly they are used. If
your tool doesn't detect them then there's either a bug in the tools or
you're doing something wrong.

- Chris


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Subject: [parsec-users] question for parsec

Hello

I have a question.

>From the parsec paper, it seems that several benchmarks use
conditional variables to keep syncronizations.
However, when I run them on pin, I can't catch any of them.
Mutex lock and barrier are captured.

I use parsec-2.0 precompiled binary, pthread version.

Is there anyone who can help me?

Thank you very much!

Abraham
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