[Users] Scheduling problem in ML_ADMConstraints
schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Sat Jul 16 18:46:56 CDT 2011
These lines replace the scheduling in MoL_PostStep with scheduling in
MoL_PseudoEvolution. This saves a significant amount of time, since
MoL_PostStep is executed much more often. They cannot be removed, but
they should not interfere either; the same substitution will work if
the "after" statement is there.
On Sat, Jul 16, 2011 at 1:34 PM, Ian Hinder <ian.hinder at aei.mpg.de> wrote:
> On 16 Jul 2011, at 14:42, Barry Wardell wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 16, 2011 at 4:39 AM, Erik Schnetter <schnetter at cct.lsu.edu>
>> I notice that ML_ADMConstraints is not quite scheduled correctly. It
>> is scheduled with the line
>> schedule group ML_ADMConstraints_group in MoL_PseudoEvolution
>> which lacks an "after MoL_PostStep", since the ADM variables are
>> calculated in MoL_PostStep. However, this line is auto-generated by
>> Kranc -- is there a good way to add this "after" modifier?
>> One work-around would be to schedule an empty group (or a trivial
>> routine) in between these two, ensuring their correct order.
> I recently encountered a similar difficulty. I wanted Kranc to take care of
> which groups to schedule my calculation in, but also wanted to ensure that
> it happened after another calculation. I didn't find a solution yet, but
> given that there are at least two cases where this would be useful I think
> adding something to Kranc would be favorable over a case-by-case
> I've added Before and After options to calculations which are supposed to
> contain strings. Update to the latest Kranc to get this. These will be
> added as " before ... " and " after ... " to the schedule point that is
> used, both in the manual and automatic cases. This functionality used to be
> there a long time ago, when all scheduling was manual - I'm not sure why it
> was removed. However, I ran into a problem with McLachlan. There is some
> hacky code in the Makefile:
> perl -pi -e 's/MoL_PostStep/MoL_PseudoEvolution/g'
> What is this for, and can it be removed? Since I want to schedule after
> MoL_PostStep, this code is obviously causing problems!
> Ian Hinder
> ian.hinder at aei.mpg.de
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