Many Thanks Galen,
I've been running an implementation of parallel Fast Fourier Transform
here for 1 week and it works fine.
I'll try those benchmarks today and tomorrow.
2006/3/5, Galen M. Shipman <gshipman_at_[hidden]>:
> Hi Leslie,
> To start I would try running the Intel test suite, you can find this
> here: http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/mpi/mpi-test/tsuite.html there are
> also several other test suites available on this site, this will give
> you correctness first.
> For benchmarks you may try the NAS Parallel Benchmarks found here:
> On Mar 4, 2006, at 9:23 AM, Leslie Watter wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Some time ago, I was trying to implement a new BTL to openmpi.
> > Now it works here, but I need to test it.
> > Someone (sorry, I've forgot who), told me to use NetPIPE to test
> > the BTL layer.
> > Ok, I used it, but now I need some parallel applications that uses
> > openmpi.
> > NetPIPE uses a ping-pong test between 2 machines to evaluate its test.
> > If anybody could send me an application that uses openmpi,
> > I can return with the results after its execution.
> > Why this? I need to compare the execution time just changing the
> > BTL protocol.
> > Here I have a cluster with 16 machines (Athlon 1.2 128RAM with
> > 100Mbits ethernet and a 1Giga Switch), using openmpi-1.0 stable (with
> > modifications that include LLC BTL [ I plan to release my code in a
> > website as soon as I have the results and the analysis done. ].
> > What kind of application I'm looking for?
> > - applications that uses TCP btl
> > - applications that can run in 2,4, 8 and/or 16 machines
> > - preferably applications that are message passing intensive
> > (optional)
> > Many Thanks
> > Leslie
> > PS: I want to put the results of execution time in mine master thesis.
> > --
> > Leslie H. Watter
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