Hello, I just released rc2 with the libtool fix for latest Mac OS X (Big Sur).
Other changes are a small fix for the ranking of CPU kinds, and some documentation improvements. Brice Le 23/11/2020 à 18:18, Brice Goglin a écrit : > hwloc (Hardware Locality) 2.4.0rc1 is now available for download. > > https://www.open-mpi.org/software/hwloc/v2.4/ > > v2.4.0 is a small release that mainly brings support for hybrid CPUs > through a new API in hwloc/cpukinds.h. > > The following is a summary of the changes since v2.3.0. > > Version 2.4.0 > ------------- > * API > + Add hwloc/cpukinds.h for reporting information about hybrid CPUs. > - Use Linux cpufreq frequencies to rank cores by efficiency. > - Use x86 CPUID hybrid leaf and future Linux kernels sysfs CPU type > files to identify Intel Atom and Core cores. > - Use the Windows native EfficiencyClass to separate kinds. > * Backends > + Properly handle Linux kernel 5.10+ exposing ACPI HMAT information > with knowledge of Generic Initiators. > * Tools > + lstopo has new --cpukinds and --no-cpukinds options for showing > CPU kinds or not in textual and graphical modes respectively. > + hwloc-calc has a new --cpukind option for filtering PUs by kind. > + hwloc-annotate has a new cpukind command for modifying CPU kinds. > * Misc > + Fix hwloc_bitmap_nr_ulongs(), thanks to Norbert Eicker. > + Add a documentation section about > "Topology Attributes: Distances, Memory Attributes and CPU Kinds". > + Silence some spurious warnings in the OpenCL backend and when showing > process binding with lstopo --ps. > > -- > Brice >
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