Hold on the merge of new MKL-DNN operator tests

2018-11-02 Thread Lv, Tao A
Hi MXNet developers, I am working on PR#12953 to update the version of MKL-DNN dependency. This PR will help to address several requests and issues from the commnunity of both MXNet and MKL-DNN. It will also improve MXNet performance a lot

Re: Apache MXNet Scala nightly-build now available on Apache Nexus

2018-11-02 Thread YiZhi Liu
Thanks for attention. Here's an example demonstrates how to configure pom.xml to use the nightly build in your own project: https://github.com/yzhliu/mxnet-scala-example/blob/master/pom.xml#L152-L163 On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 2:53 PM Carin Meier wrote: > > Fantastic! This is going to be great for

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread Steffen Rochel
+1, would be good to have Coverity run regularly. I think by now Python, Java and other languages are supported. FYI - If you ever run into problems with scan, let me know. I used to work at Coverity (now Synopsys) before joining AWS. Steffen On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 3:43 PM Lin Yuan wrote: >

Re: Horovod-MXNet Integration

2018-11-02 Thread Lin Yuan
Hi Mu, Darren (@yuxihu ) and I have been working on releasing MXNet-Horovod integration in production. We have made some changes on both MXNet and Horovod sides. The changes on MXNet side have mostly been merged and we are working to merge code to horovod repo. We will

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread Lin Yuan
Anton, Yes, I did a scan using Coverity on MXNet a few months ago. It did show some memory issues. I was later buried by other work with higher priority and would definitely like to see Coverity (or any other better memory scan) tool to be run regularly on MXNet backend. Let me know if you want

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread kellen sunderland
Totally agree Pedro, reporting the data in a more accessible way would be a huge improvement. For this reason alone I think it might be worthwhile adopting coverity. On Fri, Nov 2, 2018, 11:38 AM Pedro Larroy Thanks a lot, I think is very beneficial that we invest in these kind of > tooling for

Re: [Announce] Virtualized testing on ARM with Qemu and Docker

2018-11-02 Thread Marco de Abreu
Great work, Pedro! This will help to have a consistent quality on all ARM devices. -Marco Am Fr., 2. Nov. 2018, 20:02 hat Pedro Larroy geschrieben: > Hi MXNet community > > AI on MCUs can enable cheaper, lower power, better privacy and lower > latency applications. There’s an estimate of more

[Announce] Virtualized testing on ARM with Qemu and Docker

2018-11-02 Thread Pedro Larroy
Hi MXNet community AI on MCUs can enable cheaper, lower power, better privacy and lower latency applications. There’s an estimate of more than 20 billion connected devices to be deployed in 2020 and a part of them will do some amount of AI / ML tasks. Testing in embedded devices is very

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread Pedro Larroy
Thanks a lot, I think is very beneficial that we invest in these kind of tooling for code quality. As a developer I wonder, do we have actionable items for looking at / fixing these issues or right now is done in an informational / good will basis? Is there a way to colorize this output? Pedro.

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread kellen sunderland
Reference scan here (I believe I also count 5 memory violations): http://jenkins.mxnet-ci.amazon-ml.com/blue/rest/organizations/jenkins/pipelines/incubator-mxnet/branches/master/runs/1856/nodes/104/log/?start=0 -Kellen On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 9:07 AM kellen sunderland <

Re: Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread kellen sunderland
Hey Anton, can you provide a sample scan? I'm interested to see if it catches different memory access violations, or if it gets the same ones we've already seen reported by clang-tidy. For example are these violations in the reports: --

Re: [Discussion] Separating PMC and Committership

2018-11-02 Thread Carin Meier
Haibin - Now that the updated document on "Becoming a Committer and PPMC Member" has been adopted by the community, would you be interested in starting a procedural vote on this? If not, I'd be happy to facilitate, but since it was your idea to start off with, I thought I would ask :) Best,

[VOTE][RESULTS] - Adopt "Become a Committer and PPMC Member" Document

2018-11-02 Thread Carin Meier
The vote passed to adopt the new document https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/5bbddb085e8b7f5c97623414bb5b98372b56fc9a1dd9f5192d613ee3@%3Cdev.mxnet.apache.org%3E *+1 Binding* Tianqi Chen Sergio Fernández Chris Oliver Sebastian Schelter Naveen Swamy Yuan Tang *+1 Non-Binding* Pedro Larroy Aaron

Coverity scan

2018-11-02 Thread Anton Chernov
Dear MXNet community, I had investigated the possibility to adopt Coverity static analysis tools for the MXNet project and it turned out that there is a tool provided by Synopsys for open-source projects: https://scan.coverity.com The tool works nicely with GitHub [1] and I found that a scan