I'm trying to compile m5threads.
At the m5threads directory, when I run the command
gcc -static -c pthread.c -o pthread.o
the error occurs like below.
pthread.c: In function ‘pthread_create’:
pthread.c:256:3: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘clone’; did you
As a graph analysis benchmark suite, I'm considering the Lirga framework
which is multi-thread program using the OpenMP.
I found the paper (A. Addisie, et al., "Heterogeneous Memory Subsystem for
Natural Graph Analytics," IISWC, 2018) which run Ligra on x86 SE mode, so
> command lines.
> By the way, what do you mean boot?
> Do I need to boot gem5 to use script file?
> Best regards,
> Jung Min You
> 2018-06-08 16:43 GMT+09:00 조해윤 :
>> Dear Jung Min You.
>> It is strange. Is it booted well?
e echo statements didn't print on the
> As the echo statement located at the first line, I think it must be
> Best regards,
> Jung Min.
> 2018-06-08 15:50 GMT+09:00 조해윤 :
>> Dear Jung Min You.
Dear Jung Min You.
The command line looks fine.
How did you write the script?
The hack_back_ckpt.rcS is basically for checkpoint.
This script detect itself whether is was run before, in other words, the
simulation was restored by the checkpoint.
Thus, depend on the position of the echo command
I found what is the problem.
The cause is not a dtb file. It is --mem-size.
You need to specify the unit of the capacity (MB or GB). As I think, it is
due to the lack of memory size.
2018-06-05 17:43 GMT+09:00 조해윤 :
> Dear Mitali Sinha.
> Sorry for late reply.
> Try it without s
> --- END LIBC BACKTRACE ---
> Aborted (core dumped)
> I don't know if I am doing it correctly. Also I am not sure if I am using
> the correct dtb files and boot_emm.arm files t
Dear Mitali Sinha.
In my case, I run moby bench with RealView_PBX machine type.
I don't know if it is the cause, but give it a try.
2018-05-29 20:39 GMT+09:00 Mitali Sinha :
> I have followed the instructions provided in the gem5.org website to run
> the Moby
> On Thu, May 24, 2018 at 5:45 PM, 조해윤 <chohy2...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Avais,
>> I think running workloads fairly is very important in multi-core
>> experiments, because the number of executed instructions of each core can
>> be change
I think running workloads fairly is very important in multi-core
experiments, because the number of executed instructions of each core can
be changed depend on each experimental configuration.
There is a prior work how to experiment fairly on multi-core system; A.
Hilton et al.,
First, cross compile hello.c. It is not dependent on gem5.
Second, mount the linaro image and copy the binary file.
mount -oloop,offset=32256 /tmp/linaro.img /mnt
Finally, run the FS simluation.
2018-05-13 20:28 GMT+09:00 commerce _com
> > but I can't find if easily for some reason, only
> > vexpress-v2p-ca15-tc1.dts, maybe someone can clarify their origin.
> > On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 10:46 AM, 조해윤 <chohy2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Dear, everyone.
I try to full system simulation for ARM ISA.
So, I downloaded the pre-compiled kernels and disk images
(aarch-system-20170616.tar.xz) from the repository (
There are several dtb files like below.
Install pydot, and then rebuild gem5 and run simulation.
Then, you can see config.dot.pdf file which has the content like below.
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2018-01-03 23:06 GMT+09:00 Timon Evenblij :
> Hi all,
> I thought I once came
In my opinion, you can make new class which inherit BaseCache or MemObject.
As I think, if you implement tag-less cache in conventional cache class,
you need to a flag which indicate tag-less cache and many conditional
sentence everywhere operate differently with a conventional
The recent commit for learning gem5 occurs a compile error.
The cause is #include base/misc.hh, because misc.hh is renamed to
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I have two questions.
First, as I know, in gem5, there is only write-back cache. Is it alright?
Second, if there is only write-back cache, for implementation, how can I
approach to implement a write-through cache?
I am trying to test my new cache scheme in gem5, but when I try to run the
429.mcf of spec2006, there is a error to load a file (maybe inp.in).
The other benchmarks of spec2006 are run well.
I saw the similar previous case in the below link.
I think it depends on the purpose of the table and modeling features.
For example, let's look a cache tag modeling case.
BaseTags class (/mem/cache/tags/base.hh), which is a kind of table to store
tags, inherits the ClockedObject, because BaseTags needs to model the clock
As I see, the latest stable version is 2015.09.03.
And it is very different with recently public gem5.
Is the gem5 stable version supported continuously?
If not, and I need to use recent public gem5, could it be problem due to
frequent code change?
I'm trying to make my own cache object, which is finally used to simulate
the DRAM Cache using DRAMSim2.
This is my first time to modify gem5 code, so I have tried to make a simple
cache block to satisfy essential functions for a cache.
And I saw the tutorials and the sample code of
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