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Approved src.alts for SPEC OMP2012

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If for some reason the benchmark is found to not run for you because of bugs in the benchmark, standard violations, among other reasons, changes may be requested which correct the problem and may be used for base runs. Please see the run rules for more information.


The following srcalt tar file has been accepted for use by the HPG Committee and can be explicitly added to the OMP2012 v1.0 directory tree:


Approved toolsets for SPEC OMP2012

The following toolsets have become available for use since the release of SPEC OMP2012. These toolsets are approved for use in generating publicly-publishable results, but no support is provided:

  • 2 December 2014 - windows-i386-120.tar.
    This toolset was built on Windows 7 and is compatible with Windows 7 and later client operating systems and is expected to work on Windows Server 2008 and later server operating systems. It allows rate runs with more than 64 copies.
    To use this toolset, install OMP2012 as normal. Assuming an installation in C:\OMP2012, then:
    • C:
    • cd \OMP2012
    • C:\OMP2012\bin\spectar xvf <path to>\windows-i386-120.tar
    • install.bat
  • 28 August 2014 - linux-ubuntu14_04-ppc64le-67.tar.
    This toolset was built on Ubuntu 14.04 and is compatible with Linux systems running on 64-bit little-endian PowerPC systems. It is expected to work on Ubuntu 14.04 and later, though it may work on others as well.
  • 5 February 2014 - linux-apm-arm64-118.tar.
    This toolset was built on APM Linux and is compatible with systems supporting the ARMv8 (AArch64) instruction set. It is expected to work on Fedora 19 and later and Ubuntu 13.1 and later, though it may work on others as well.
  • 30 March 2012 - linux-debian6-armv6-40.tar.
    This toolset was built on Debian 6 and is compatible with systems supporting the ARMv6 instruction set. It is expected to work on Debian and Debian-derived Linux distributions, though it may work on others as well.
  • 30 March 2012 - linux-ubuntu1004-armv7-118.tar.
    This toolset was built on Ubuntu 10.04 and is compatible with systems supporting the ARMv7 instruction set. It is expected to work on Ubuntu and possibly other Debian-derived Linux distributions, though it may work on others as well.