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butterflah
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butterflah 2015.03.11 06:15 
I noticed when using the build 1086 there is no mention of OpenCL at all in the agents log.
Does build 1086 make use of available OpenCL devices?


Build 1085 log:

Startup access rights to common directory successfully checked
Startup service start initialized
Startup Create startup thread
Startup thread successfully created
Startup delay for 11 secs [system uptime: 127 secs]
Startup MetaTester 5 x64 build 1085 (13 Feb 2015)
Server MetaTester 5 started on 0.0.0.0:2000
OpenCL Device #0: CPU Intel(R) Corporation  Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 4.80GHz with OpenCL 1.2 (8 units, 4800 MHz, 16343 Mb, version 5.0.0.57)
Startup initialization finished
Startup startup thread finished successfully


Build 1086 log:

Startup access rights to common directory successfully checked
Startup service start initialized
Startup Create startup thread
Startup thread successfully created
Startup delay for 11 secs [system uptime: 509 secs]
Startup MetaTester 5 x64 build 1086 (25 Feb 2015)
Server MetaTester 5 started on 0.0.0.0:2000
Startup initialization finished
Startup startup thread finished successfully

Alain Verleyen
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Alain Verleyen 2015.03.12 11:32  
Are you using OpenCL code in your EA ?
butterflah
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butterflah 2015.03.12 17:01  
This is regarding remote agents I provide to the Cloud Network, I do not use them myself.

In versions 1085 and previous when an agent initialises each agent does a check for any available OpenCL devices, regardless whether or not there are any OpenCL devices available this check is logged in each agents log.
In version 1086 however there is nothing in any log that indicates a check for OpenCL devices. I can only assume the Cloud Network no longer offers support for OpenCL, though I am unable to find any documentation confirming this.
Alain Verleyen
Moderator
30297
Alain Verleyen 2015.03.12 22:12  
butterflah:
This is regarding remote agents I provide to the Cloud Network, I do not use them myself.

In versions 1085 and previous when an agent initialises each agent does a check for any available OpenCL devices, regardless whether or not there are any OpenCL devices available this check is logged in each agents log.
In version 1086 however there is nothing in any log that indicates a check for OpenCL devices. I can only assume the Cloud Network no longer offers support for OpenCL, though I am unable to find any documentation confirming this.
Why do you care ? I doubt there is a lot of users using opencl in their EA.
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