rocm 2.10: clinfo generates segfault in /opt/rocm/hsa/lib/libhsa-ext-image64.so.1:amd::GpuAgent::GetInfo()
john.utz at pensardevelopment.com
Thu Dec 12 23:19:53 UTC 2019
I beg your forgiveness in advance if you feel spammed a bit by me emailing amd-gfx after submitting 2 issues.
My issues have been entered as ROC 961 and 962.
By no means do i expect that any of you would have read those yet (or at all 🙂 )
I wanted to reach out directly to you folks because based on the checkin mails i have been reading it seems pretty obvious that you all deal with this everyday.
I am working on standing up ROCm on an UDOO Bolt V8. This is a Raven Ridge board running ubuntu 18.04.3.
It's a Raven Ridge board so its a supported iGPU.
I followed the instructions and add the repo to my sources and install rocm via apt get.
I get a segfault in the early stages of running clinfo ISSUE #962
I dont get line numbers in the stack trace because the binaries are stripped ISSUE #961
So how does one change something installed via apt get to build debug instead of release?
I am pretty sure something is trying to read a NULL inside of amd::GpuAgent::GetInfo() but i dont know where.
i didnt find a existing issue with this repro case, perhaps I didnt look in the right place.
Kindly let me know if one already exists.
Also, please let me know if there is already a fix in the tree that has yet to be checked into a viewable branch.
Thankyou in advance for any help you can provide!
John L. Utz III<mailto:john.utz at pensardevelopment.com> | Pensar Development<http://www.pensardevelopment.com/> | 206.747.5497
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