[Users] running simfactory on cluster
schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Thu Feb 4 07:32:57 CST 2021
Yes, setting up Simfactory on a cluster is usually tedious, and is
much faster with a bit of experience. I will be happy to assist; I've
done this many times before.
- Which cluster is this? Do you have a pointer to documentation?
- Would it be possible for me (or for the person helping you) to get
access to the cluster to log in? It is basically impossible to set up
a cluster without direct access.
On Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at 10:07 PM Hamilton, Maria <babiuc at marshall.edu> wrote:
> Could I please get some help getting simfactory to run on a cluster?
> If I do sim setup, it will create a machine.ini with only one node.
> The problem is that a cluster has many nodes, and each node has a different name and sim will refuse to run on a node with a different name.
> The instructions read:
> "It is likely that you will have to further customize this file"
> The instructions also let me know that:
> "the setup command will also create a new machine definition for the local machine in simfactory/mdb/machines. You may also have to add extra information to this file."
> I understand that I need to make a , or to modify a current one, where I can specify the number of nodes. How do I do that?
> I was instructed to use stampede2-knl.ini and try to modify it, but it looks intimidating and I am not sure how to do that. Shall I ask for help from the cluster manager so that I don't get the specifications wrong?
> Do I need to manually buid a *cfg, *sub and *run as well?
> Lastly, I once this is accomplished, how do I launch simfactory tto make sure it can engage more than a node in the run?
> Maria C. Babiuc Hamilton, Ph.D.
> Professor, Department of Physics
> College of Science, Marshall University,
> 1 John Marshall Drive, Huntington, WV, 25755
> Room S 257, Phone: (304)696-2754
Erik Schnetter <schnetter at cct.lsu.edu>
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