Commit 7e6be86e authored by Michael Kuron's avatar Michael Kuron
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Add ARM SVE CI job

parent 5cf6febc
......@@ -151,12 +151,11 @@ ubuntu:
cobertura: coverage.xml
junit: report.xml
arm64:
arm64v8:
extends: .multiarch_template
image: i10git.cs.fau.de:5005/pycodegen/pycodegen/arm64
variables:
PYSTENCILS_SIMD: "neon"
QEMU_CPU: "cortex-a72"
before_script:
- *multiarch_before_script
- sed -i s/march=native/march=armv8-a/g ~/.config/pystencils/config.json
......@@ -170,6 +169,23 @@ ppc64le:
- *multiarch_before_script
- sed -i s/mcpu=native/mcpu=power8/g ~/.config/pystencils/config.json
arm64v9:
# Compiler support for SVE is still pretty rough: GCC 10+11 produce incorrect code for fixed-width vectors,
# while Clang 12 produces memory-corrupting heisenbugs unless we enable the address sanitizer.
# In the RNG tests, GCC 10+11 produce an internal compiler error.
# The memory corruption seems to only happen with qemu-user, not with qemu-system.
# Once the compilers and QEMU have improved, this job should be cleaned up to match the others.
extends: .multiarch_template
image: i10git.cs.fau.de:5005/pycodegen/pycodegen/arm64
variables:
PYSTENCILS_SIMD: "sve256,sve512"
ASAN_OPTIONS: detect_leaks=0
LD_PRELOAD: /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/libasan.so.6
before_script:
- *multiarch_before_script
- sed -i s/march=native/march=armv8-a+sve/g ~/.config/pystencils/config.json
- sed -i s/g\+\+/clang++/g ~/.config/pystencils/config.json
minimal-conda:
stage: test
except:
......
......@@ -69,6 +69,9 @@ class CachelineSize(ast.Node):
def __eq__(self, other):
return isinstance(other, CachelineSize)
def __hash__(self):
return hash(self.symbol)
def vectorize(kernel_ast: ast.KernelFunction, instruction_set: str = 'best',
assume_aligned: bool = False, nontemporal: Union[bool, Container[Union[str, Field]]] = False,
......
......@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ def test_cacheline_size(instruction_set):
# test_vectorization is not parametrized because it is supposed to run without pytest, so we parametrize it here
from pystencils_tests import test_vectorization
@pytest.mark.parametrize('instruction_set', set(supported_instruction_sets) - set([test_vectorization.instruction_set]))
@pytest.mark.parametrize('instruction_set', sorted(set(supported_instruction_sets) - set([test_vectorization.instruction_set])))
@pytest.mark.parametrize('function', [f for f in test_vectorization.__dict__ if f.startswith('test_') and f != 'test_hardware_query'])
def test_vectorization_other(instruction_set, function):
test_vectorization.__dict__[function](instruction_set)
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