Author: Thomas Gruber

We are happy to announce the new version 5.2.2 of the LIKWID toolsuite. It contains bugfixes for various architectures and execution modes. You can download it from our FTP server or the GitHub repository. Changelog: Fix pin string parsing in pinning library Make SBIN path configurable...

We are happy to release a new bugfix release of the LIKWID toolsuite (version 5.2.1). Add support for Intel Rocketlake and AMD Zen3 variant (Family 19, Model 0x50) Fix for perf_event multiplexing (important!) Fix for potential deadlock in MarkerAPI (thx @jenny-cheung) Build and runtime...

Since June 2020, the Top500 list is led by the supercomputer Fugaku, which comprises over 7.5 million Fujitsu A64FX cores. Besides their raw computational power, the cores are equipped with features that support parallel execution on the systems: hardware barrier, sector cache (cache partitioning), ...

The HPC-focused Julia programming language community grows day by day. Julia is developed by the Julia Lab at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Valentin Churavy, graduate student at MIT, created an interface to the LIKWID tool suite and library, developed by the ...

We are happy to announce a new bugfix release 5.0.2 of LIKWID. If you want to use LIKWID on AMD Zen/Zen2 systems, we highly recommend you updating your installation.

The Euro-Par conference is a well-established venue for presenting and discussing research on parallel computing in Europe. In association with the Euro-Par 2020 conference, which takes place from August 24-28 in Warsaw, Poland, the workshop "PMACS - Performance Monitoring and Analysis of Cluster Sy...