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From: Resat Umit Payli (rupayli_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-12 09:41:38


I am not sure this is relavent to your question. I do have an computational
fluid dynamics application which solves fluid flow problems.

Recently I was able to run this code up to 2048 processors on the Indiana
University's IBM e1350 BigRed cluster. I did use 1.2.3 version of the
OpenMPI. I am happy about the preformance I did get. (I am using
point-to-point sendrecv in this code).

Thank you

On 9/12/07, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Cisco is not yet testing that large, but we plan to shortly start
> testing at np>=128 (I'm waiting for an internal cluster within Cisco
> to be setup properly).
> On Sep 11, 2007, at 5:31 PM, Rolf.Vandevaart_at_[hidden] wrote:
> >
> > I am curious which tests are being used when running tests on larger
> > clusters. And by larger clusters, I mean anything with np > 128.
> > (Although I realize that is not very large, but it is bigger than most
> > of the clusters I assume tests are being run on)
> > I ask this because I planned on using some of the intel tests, but
> > they
> > clearly have limitations starting at np=64.
> >
> > To avoid mailing list clutter, feel free to just email me and I will
> > summarize.
> >
> > Rolf
> >
> >
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> Jeff Squyres
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