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This is a tool that analyzes a given file to be sure that it is correct. It does this by comparing the checksums of the file’s inodes with a set of known-good inodes. To do this, it compares all of the inodes within the file against the known-good inodes. It only compares inodes that are within the limits of the filesystem – it won’t compare the root directory or certain special files. The comparison process takes advantage of the fact that there is a relationship between the inodes.

Basically, there are two sets of inodes: the kernel, which will be used as reference when comparing the file to the kernel, and the good inodes. When a kernel is checked, the inode of the kernel is saved in the good inodes list, and used as reference for the comparison. Once the comparison of the kernel is finished, the corresponding inode from the kernel is replaced by the corresponding inode in the good inodes list, so that subsequent comparisons can take the kernel inode as a reference.

Then, there is the reference inodes, which is a list of all the inodes of files that are known to be good.
When the program is run, the user will specify the location of the kernel and the reference file (the kernel), along with a path to the file to be analyzed. Then, it will compare the kernel inode with the reference inodes to the file. The results are printed on the standard output.

You need to specify the parameters in the following order: 1) kernel, 2) reference file, 3) input file.

All of the options are compulsory.
If no command line parameters are provided, the list of the files to be checked is displayed, and the user is prompted for the command line arguments.

Available options:

-d: Debug. This enables extensive debugging information.
-g: Debugging. Enable the debugging log. This option does not affect the
execution of the application. Only the debug information is printed
to the screen.
-h: Help. Prints this help and exit.
-i: Show the image to be used in case of error.
-k: Enable debugging support for CUDA. If this option is set, the debug information
will be dumped to the stdout.
-l: Show the openCL code to be used in case of error.
-n: Show the CUDA code

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#define GPUVerify Free Download_IMPLEMENTATION 1
Generates and runs the GPUVerify utility.
#define GPUVERIFY_FULL 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to run the full test.
#define GPUVERIFY_EXIT 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to exit.
#define GPUVERIFY_SHOW 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to show the results
#define GPUVERIFY_HIDE 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to hide the results
#define GPUVERIFY_TEST 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to run the test
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_L0 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the L0 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_L1 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the L1 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_L2 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the L2 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_L3 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the L3 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_L4 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the L4 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_LAUNCH 0
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the LAUNCH architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_PTX 0
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the PTX architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_PARALLEL 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to run the test in parallel.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_GPU 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the GPU architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_D3D 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the D3D architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_D3D11 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the D3D11 architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY_GLES 1
Instructs the GPUVerify utility to verify the GLES architecture.
#define GPUVERIFY_VERIFY
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GPUVerify helps to find errors in kernels or host codes by using the register representation of kernels and host codes.

Since GPUVerify uses the register representation of the kernel and host codes, it is able to recognize any of the following errors:

Uninitialized Variables

Overflow, Underflow, and Division by Zero

Arithmetic Overflow, Underflow, and Division by Zero

Use of uninitialized value

Uninitialized variables are one of the common errors for both kernel and host codes. Uninitialized variables are considered as a serious error because they are prone to produce several types of bugs. Also, it is common to have uninitialized variables.
In GPUVerify you can easily detect uninitialized variables by using the register representation.
To detect a uninitialized variable in a kernel you only need to check the code below.
regs[0] =… ;
regs[1] =… ;
regs[2] =… ;
regs[3] =… ;
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regs[35] =… ;
regs[36] =… ;
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What’s New In?

This utility is meant to check CUDA and OpenCL kernels that are created by users. It is able to check many different types of errors that can happen in kernels. GPUVerify can check basic correctness of inputs and outputs of different kernels, check if a kernel compiles successfully and check if the code compiles to a binary (with no errors).

Suitability:

GPUVerify is well suited to check the correctness of kernels written in CUDA and OpenCL. It can be used by software developers who need to check the correctness of their kernels and find the bugs they might have introduced.

Functionality:

GPUVerify supports the following functionalities:
– Check if inputs of a kernel are correct.
– Check if inputs of a kernel are invalid and fail.
– Check if outputs of a kernel are correct.
– Check if outputs of a kernel are invalid and fail.
– Check if compilation of a kernel succeeds.
– Check if compilation of a kernel fails.
– Check if a binary is valid.
– Check if a binary is invalid and fails.
– Check if a binary compiled with a specific tool is invalid and fails.
– Get the size of a binary.

Use Cases:

There are many situations that users can use GPUVerify for:
– Check whether the inputs and outputs of a kernel are correct and accurate.
– Find out why a compilation or binary is failing.
– Check for various types of errors and bugs in a kernel.
– Check if a binary compiled with a specific tool is invalid and fails.

Installation

If GPUVerify is located on your local PC, please unzip the files to your local directory.

1. Run GPUVerify

In Windows you can run GPUVerify by running GPUVerify.bat. On Mac/Linux you can use the command line program.

To run the program without installation:

GPUVerify.bat cuda_host
GPUVerify.sh

To install and run the program with the GUI:

GPUVerify.bat cuda_gui
GPUVerify.sh

In either case, just run the script and you will be prompted for the directory where you want to place the files.

2. Set the path

If you want to use the script/GUI on your path, you need to add the location of GPUVerify to your path.

To do that in Windows:

1. Open “Start” and type “cmd” and hit “Enter”
2. Type “cd %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\cuda-repo\bin” and hit “Enter”
3. Type “set PATH=%PATH%;C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA GPU Computing Toolkit\CUDA\v7

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Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 / AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ / AMD Phenom II X4 945 / Intel Core i3 2.3GHz
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7870, AMD Radeon HD 6970
Hard-Drive: 15GB of free space
Sound Card: DirectX

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