[Users] More Bizarre Scheduling Behavior in a Carpet Run (Bug?!)
zachetie at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 13:33:53 CDT 2015
Thanks for your feedback! I just confirmed that simply changing the
scheduling from GLOBAL,LOOP-LOCAL to GLOBAL-EARLY,LOOP-LOCAL every 64
iterations fixes the problem. The output also seems to agree with the case
in which the myadmbaselapse=alp function is scheduled in CCTK_POSTRESTRICT
(and CCTK_ANALYSIS), every 64 iterations.
I think I'll use this strategy to fix my problem, since it does not
involve scheduling an additional function inside schedule.ccl.
Is it obvious to you why I do not see any undefined values when scheduling
in CCTK_ANALYSIS at every iteration?
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Assistant Professor of Mathematics
West Virginia University
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 1:46 PM, Roland Haas <rhaas at aei.mpg.de> wrote:
> Hello all,
> > If you are scheduling everything in GLOBAL (which is the same as
> > GLOBAL-LATE in ANALYSIS) then your OUTPUT will be incorrect since OUTPUT
> > is happening in LEVEL mode thus refinement level 3 is output before the
> > GLOBAL routine (which runs along with level 0) is executed.
> Oha, obvious not the right statement. GLOBAL-LATE will happen last but
> this happens to be the highest refinement level. Still the effect is the
> same OUTPUT happens before GLOBAL-LATE for all but one refinement level
> (that refinement level being the finest one).
> This can be seen in Carpet's Evolve.cc file in the CallAnalysis routine.
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