Changeset 2284 in /cluster/svnroot


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Mar 25, 2010 6:00:31 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
fitz
Message:

Minor refinements to HPL scripts (#468)

Location:
bccd-ng/branches/fitz-devel/trees/home/bccd/hpl
Files:
1 added
3 edited

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
  • bccd-ng/branches/fitz-devel/trees/home/bccd/hpl/Makefile

    r2263 r2284  
    11default:
    2         ./hpl.build
     2        /bin/bash ./hpl.build
  • bccd-ng/branches/fitz-devel/trees/home/bccd/hpl/hpl.build

    r2263 r2284  
    2626if [ $? != 0 ]; then exit 1; fi
    2727
    28 cd $HOME/hpl
     28cd $HOME/hpl/$DIR/bin/$ARCH/
    2929echo "---> Configuring HPL.dat"
    30 ./hpl.configure > `basename $TAR .tar.gz`/bin/$ARCH/HPL.dat.BCCD
     30mv HPL.dat HPL.dat.orig
     31/bin/bash ./hpl.configure > $ARCH/HPL.dat
    3132if [ $? != 0 ]; then exit 1; fi
    3233
     34cd $HOME/hpl
     35
    3336echo
    34 echo "Done. You'll probably want to rename HPL.dat.BCCD to HPL.dat to run."
     37echo "Done."
    3538echo "To run:"
    3639echo -e "\t$ cd $DIR/bin/$ARCH/"
    37 echo -e "\t$ mpirun -np <N> ~/machines ./xhpl"
    38 echo -e "\t\t# Where N is the number of cores in your cluster (P*Q in HPL.dat)"
     40echo -e "\t$ mpirun -np <N> --hostfile ~/machines ./xhpl"
     41echo -e "\t\t# Where <N> is the number of cores in your cluster (P*Q)"
     42echo -e "\t\t# Or do ./hpl.run"
     43echo
     44echo "Note: This HPL was built with the system's BLAS library. To get better"
     45echo "\tperformance, you may want to try one like ATLAS."
  • bccd-ng/branches/fitz-devel/trees/home/bccd/hpl/hpl.configure

    r2263 r2284  
    55#
    66# Some of the code here based roughly on Advanced Clustering Technologies'
    7 # HPL.dat tuning page:
     7# HPL.dat tuning page, specifically getGrid:
    88# http://advancedclustering.com/faq/how-do-i-tune-my-hpldat-file.html
    99#
     
    7878$publisher
    7979HPL.out      output file name (if any)
    80 8            device out (6=stdout,7=stderr,file)
     806            device out (6=stdout,7=stderr,file)
    81811            # of problems sizes (N)
    8282$N           Ns
Note: See TracChangeset for help on using the changeset viewer.