SPEC CPU2017 Known Problems

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Contents

Introduction

Open Problem Reports

1. Some lines may be tiny in PDF reports.

2. Some lines may be too wide in HTML reports.

3. Headings may appear to be off-center in ASCII plain text reports.

4. Plain text columns should have better alignment.

5. How did I get three hw_memory lines when I asked for just one?

6. The runcpu --comment option must not contain any blanks.

7. Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference while formatting results.

Closed Problem Reports

Introduction

This document describes known problems in SPEC CPU2017.

Do you have a problem with SPEC CPU2017?
Try these, in this order:

  1. Update your copy with runcpu --update.
  2. Check the latest version of Frequently Asked Questions.
  3. Check the latest version of Known Problems.
  4. Check the src.alt list.    [What is a src.alt?]
  5. Contact SPEC.

SPEC CPU2017 was tested on a variety of systems prior to release, including Unix, Linux, and Windows systems. Nevertheless, as with any software product, problems may be found too late in the testing process to be fixed in the release, or may be discovered after release.

If you discover problems that are not listed here or in the FAQ, please report them to SPEC.

About the format of this document:

Notice to maintainers: When updating this document, please do not ever re-use problem numbers.

Open Problem Reports

Please see the latest on-line version of this document for information on open problems and suggested workarounds.

1. Some lines may be tiny in PDF reports.

2. Some lines may be too wide in HTML reports.

3. Headings may appear to be off-center in ASCII plain text reports.

4. Plain text columns should have better alignment.

5. How did I get three hw_memory lines when I asked for just one?

6. The runcpu --comment option must not contain any blanks.

7. Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference while formatting results.

Closed Problem Reports

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