sudo apt update && sudo apt install hipsolver
The root of the hipSOLVER repository has a helper bash script
install.sh to build and install
hipSOLVER on Ubuntu with a single command. It does not take a lot of options and hard-codes configuration that can be specified through invoking cmake
directly, but it’s a great way to get started quickly and can serve as an example of how to build/install. A few commands in the script need sudo access,
so it may prompt you for a password.
./install.sh -id— build library, build dependencies, and install (-d flag only needs to be passed once on a system).
./install.sh -ic— build library, build clients (tests, benchmarks, and samples), and install.
To see more options, use the help option of the install script.
For a standard library installation, follow these steps:
mkdir -p <HIPSOLVER_BUILD_DIR_PATH>/release cd <HIPSOLVER_BUILD_DIR_PATH>/release CXX=/opt/rocm/bin/hipcc cmake <HIPSOLVER_SOURCE_DIR_PATH> make -j$(nproc) sudo make install
sudo is required if installing into a system directory such as /opt/rocm, which is the default option.
-DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<other_path>to specify a different install directory.
-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=<other_configuration>to specify a build configuration, such as ‘Debug’. The default build configuration is ‘Release’.
The repository contains source code for client programs that serve as tests, benchmarks, and samples. Client source code can be found in the clients subdirectory.
The hipSOLVER samples have no external dependencies, but our unit test and benchmarking applications do. These clients introduce the following dependencies:
Unfortunately, many distros do not provide a googletest package with pre-compiled libraries, and the
lapack packages do not have the necessary cmake config files for cmake to configure linking the cblas library. hipSOLVER provides a cmake script that builds
lapack and googletest from source. This is an optional step; users can provide their own builds of these dependencies and help cmake find them by setting
CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH definition. The following is a sequence of steps to build dependencies and install them to the cmake default, /usr/local:
mkdir -p <HIPSOLVER_BUILD_DIR_PATH>/release/deps cd <HIPSOLVER_BUILD_DIR_PATH>/release/deps cmake -DBUILD_BOOST=OFF <HIPSOLVER_SOURCE_PATH>/deps #assuming boost is installed through package manager as above make -j$(nproc) install
hipBLAS, an optional dependency, can be installed similarly to hipSOLVER. For example, hipBLAS’s install script can be invoked to build and install the library via:
More details can be found in the hipBLAS documentation.
Once dependencies are available on the system, it is possible to configure the clients to build. This requires a few extra cmake flags to the library’s
cmake configure script. If the dependencies are not installed into system defaults (like /usr/local), you should pass the
CMAKE_PREFIX_PATH to cmake
to help find them.
-DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="<semicolon separated paths>"
CXX=/opt/rocm/bin/hipcc cmake -DBUILD_CLIENTS_TESTS=ON -DBUILD_CLIENTS_BENCHMARKS=ON [HIPSOLVER_SOURCE] make -j$(nproc) sudo make install # sudo required if installing into system directory such as /opt/rocm