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Running SPEC 2006 on gem5 in system emulation
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ABHISHEK BHATTACHARYYA
2018-12-05 15:04:54 UTC
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Hi


I am trying to run SPEC 2006 benchmarks on gem5. The binaries were compiled for X86. I am able to run a couple of benchmarks like gcc. However, for most of them, I hit this error - "fatal: syscall mmap (#90) unimplemented". Can anyone help me understand this error and get past it? Thanks!


Regards,


Abhishek Bhattacharyya

Graduate Research Assistant

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jason Lowe-Power
2018-12-05 15:40:26 UTC
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Hi Abhishek,

You'll have more luck getting SPEC to work in FS mode than in SE mode.
However, I believe that mmap should be implemented in the most recent
mainline of gem5. Are you using the most up to date version of gem5 (git
checkout master; git pull)?

Jason
Post by ABHISHEK BHATTACHARYYA
Hi
I am trying to run SPEC 2006 benchmarks on gem5. The binaries were
compiled for X86. I am able to run a couple of benchmarks like gcc.
However, for most of them, I hit this error - "fatal: syscall mmap (#90)
unimplemented". Can anyone help me understand this error and get past it?
Thanks!
Regards,
Abhishek Bhattacharyya
*Graduate Research Assistant*
*Electrical and Computer Engineering Department*
*University of Wisconsin-Madison*
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