Sorry, I don't know of anything free specifically for gem5 :-( On Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 2:04 PM, commerce _com wrote: > Hi Ciro, > do you know of a free cloud to use gem5, because I always took a lot of time > to run the kernel armv8 on the fs.big.LITTLE mode. > > Thanks, > > com_.
Hey, guys I have been using kvm cpu to take checkpoints for a while. I use the default setting for running kvm cpu and modified setting (e.g., caches latencies) when running real simulation. So far, everything looks fine. I just wonder if the configurations matter when I take checkpoints? In
Hi Ciro, do you know of a free cloud to use gem5, because I always took a lot of time to run the kernel armv8 on the fs.big.LITTLE mode. Thanks, com_. ___ gem5-users mailing list email@example.com http://m5sim.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/gem5-users
hi georgios, you must use the script.rcs in the statement --bootscript : --bootscript = / path / script.rcS. you must generate the script.rsS file for each application, for example for the blackscholes application of parsec 3.0, #! / Bin / bash PARSEC_DIR = "/ home / parsec-3.0" cd $ PARSEC_DIR
I think bootrscript is just an arbitrary script that your must create yourself to run the benchmark you want, or give you a shell. It must be being used from the /init of that image to set the m5 readfile path, and then run it. This kind of thing allows you to checkpoint at the end of boot, but
Hi, I am new on gem5 and need your help. I am trying to run the fs_bigLITTLE.py (2 big, 2 little cores) but I take an error. I understand that the error is on bootscript. By default the bootscript is the bootscript.rcS but I can not find this file in the gem5 folder. How can I export this