[Users] Meeting minutes

Joshua Faber jafsma at rit.edu
Tue Jul 12 10:06:18 CDT 2011

Hi everyone,
       As we plan out the details of a proposal for conference funding for
the fall workshops, we need to determine some basic parameters for a budget,
after which everything else goes smoothly, as conference proposals need not
be more than 2-3 pages.  I'd like to begin an e-mail discussion this
afternoon with whomever is interested in helping to determine our budget
needs, but to avoid spamming people, can anyone who wishes to join in e-mail
me?  Tanja and Roland are automatically included since er are planning on
holding it in Atlanta...


On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 10:52 AM, Roland Haas <
roland.haas at physics.gatech.edu> wrote:

> Meeting minutes:
> Present were: Tanja, Roland, Frank, Josh, Bruno, Yosef, Peter, Erik, Eloisa
> status of ET paper:
> no progress everbody was busy with other things.
> fall ET workshop:
> * Josh put his draft for a proposal into svn (https://svn.einsteintoolkit.
> **org/documents/Proposal_WS_**Fall2011/<https://svn.einsteintoolkit.org/documents/Proposal_WS_Fall2011/>
> )
> Lonestar issues:
> * runs with large number of cores (>=72) hang often
> * happens to RIT and GT using the simfactory options list (but at least in
> the case of GT our own submission script)
> * known to happen (Frank knows)
> * happens with git version of Cactus
> * GT: when hang occurs then the processes hang in Carpet/Recompose
> (specifically a comm_state routine, I think step) where most processes think
> they are done with a refinement level but some are not yet done and wait for
> more data.
> * suspect some MPI related problem
> * will try differnt MPI versions and all contact the help desk
> Yours,
> Roland
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