A new major hwloc release candidate 2.2.0 was published. It brings several small improvements while waiting for much larger changes in 2.3.0 in a couple months.
TADaaM is releasing the new major hwloc 2.0 version which updates the way we model new memory technologies (HBM, NVDIMM, etc). This is the result of two years of work and several research papers about this new modeling and about improving support for manycore architectures at scale. The announce of hwloc 2.0.0
The TADaaM team succeeded at modeling the entire Curie supercomputing and its interconnection network (one of the largest in Europe, with more than 5000 nodes and 800 switches) thanks to its netloc software. This enables new mapping strategies for thousands of computing tasks in order to improve the performance of numerical simulation applications. Joint work with …