Radeon ROCm 5.3.2 Released With A Few Fixes

Written by Michael Larabel in Radeon on 10 November 2022 at 04:53 AM EST. 2 Comments
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Another point release to the ROCm 5.3 series for AMD's open-source compute stack is now available.

ROCm 5.3.2 is a rather small update with just a few fixes for those affected by this compute stack for HIP use and AMD's official OpenCL implementation. One of the known fixes in ROCm 5.3.2 is correcting peer-to-peer DMA mapping errors that had been appearing on prior releases with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP3/SP4 as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.0. Those P2P DMA mapping errors are now fixed.


The other fixes with ROCm 5.3.2 are updating the RCCL tuning table and fixing correctness issues with the F32 SGEMM routines within rocBLAS. That's it for the public change-log with ROCm 5.3.2.

ROCm release information and documentation continues to be available from docs.amd.com. It will be interesting to see if come December AMD manages to provide ROCm support for the new Radeon RX 7900 "RDNA3" GPUs at launch.
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