We have shared linux (OpenSUSE 11.4 x86_64) workstation in our research lab and eight people are suppose to program and run their different OpenCL applications. In a single user environment I never had any trouble, but with eight people something is conflicting. It was my understanding that things should continue to work, just multiple kernels would be serialized (for a given device). However, people are complaining that their programs are failing and their sources won’t compile when they previously did. I found out that for some reason their are thousands of OCL*.so files being created in /tmp, and if I delete them then people can compile their programs, but then again thousands of OCL*.so are created and we’re back to the same problem.
Any ideas what’s happening and a real solution? I’ve got the most recent AMD APP SDK, NVIDIA CUDA SDK, and Intel OpenCL SDK installed and I assume configured properly since it worked when only I was using the system.