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    Re: Kernel argument size

    pointer is efficient always.
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    atomic_add for local variable

    atomic_add work for global variable correctly, but i try on local and got failed

    i also used these pragma :
    #pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_khr_global_int32_base_atomics : enable
    #pragma OPENCL...
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    Re: Kernel argument size

    hit the spot, that was i want, thanks.
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    Kernel argument size

    my device return 1024 on CL_DEVICE_MAX_PARAMETER_SIZE

    it means i can't pass more than a 1KB to the kernel, correct ?!
    if it's correct, what is the point of 1GB memory in device ?
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    Re: clEnqueueWriteBuffer crash with error -38

    you right, with one context it's worked
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    Re: clEnqueueWriteBuffer crash with error -38

    it have same problem in single context.
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    clEnqueueWriteBuffer crash with error -38

    i have big dataset, so i create opencl context on loop in sixth context it crash with code clEnqueueWriteBuffer -38 i check a lot but got nothing, i also release memory and opencl object

    is...
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