CentOS 6.5 Installation for Intel Phi and NVIDIA Tesla (64-bit) [LIMITED SUPPORT]

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CentOS is a reliable Linux distribution often used on servers. We can install drivers and CUDA or MIC development packages if you select an appropriate Tesla or Phi coprocessor card.

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CentOS is an open source distribution maintained by a skilled collection of contributors and users. CentOS is 100% compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), rebuilt from the RHEL source distribution that is in full compliance with Red Hat's redistribution requirements. CentOS is a community supported project geared toward users that do not require commercial support but do require an enterprise class operating system.

The Puget Peak systems use CentOS6.5 as the default testing environment during our build process and is the default OS shipped on the machines.

Configuration modification from defaults:

Both Xeon Phi and Tesla systems:

biosdevname=0 kernel boot parameter added
SElinux disabled
ssh client/server enabled
kernel updates disabled in /etc/yum.conf
puget user added (/home/puget contains testing and benchmark directories)
EPEL repo added

Intel Xeon Phi
BIOS enable above 4G decoding for PCI 64-bit resources
MPSS install and enable at boot
firmware flash for Phi cards
ssh-key-gen for root and users
create default Phi boot configuration
Intel compiler suit install

Nvidia Tesla
Install current NV video driver
Install CUDA SDK
add CUDA compiler environment /etc/profile.d/cuda.sh
add /etc/ld.so.conf.d/cuda.conf CUDA library configuration

Configure a custom computer with the CentOS 6.5 Installation for Intel Phi and NVIDIA Tesla (64-bit) [LIMITED SUPPORT].