CK repository: Converting CLsmith tool (PLDI'15 artifact) to CK format
This is a relatively stable repository demonstrating how to share artifacts (tools and datasets) via CK. We converted CLsmith tool for fuzz testing of OpenCL compilers into the CK format.
- Collective Knowledge Framework: http://github.com/ctuning/ck
CLsmith is a tool designed to address the compiler correctness problem for many-core systems through novel applications of fuzz testing to OpenCL compilers. It was shared as artifact along with the following PLDI'15 paper:
"Many-Core Compiler Fuzzing" Christopher Lidbury, Andrei Lascu, Nathan Chong, Alastair F. Donaldson
We converted this artifact to CK format (finer-grain and reusable components), shared it as standard CK repository on GitHub and validated it via experiment crowdsourcing on several machines.
CLsmith converted to CK can also serve as a template to describe and share other artifacts in CK format along with publications:
- Artifact Evaluation for PPoPP/CGO/PACT conferences: http://cTuning.org/ae
- ADAPT 2016: http://adapt-workshop.org
This repository also serves as an SDK to let you implement high-level scenarios to detect and classify bugs, and to enable further research opportunities by analyzing collected knowledge.
$ sudo pip install ck $ ck pull repo:ck-clsmith
We provided a very basic usage scenario to compile multiple OpenCL kernels, run them, detect if there is a bug, and record raw info in the public CK repos. This scenario is described in the CK documentation here.
You can see raw local results via CK dashboard:
$ ck dashboard opencl-bug
You can see failed OpenCL kernels in the live CK repository. Simply select "crowd-test OpenCL compilers" scenario!
Testimonials and awards
- 2016: HiPEAC technology transfer award for CK-powered CLsmith: HiPEAC TT winners