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thank you all for replying me and giving me useful suggestions. I know
where to start now. :-)
On 08/02/2011 12:03 AM, Eugene Loh wrote:
> NAS Parallel Benchmarks are self-verifying.
> Another option is the MPI Testing Tool
> http://www.open-mpi.org/projects/mtt/ but it might be more trouble than
> it's worth.
> (INCIDENTALLY, THERE ARE TRAC TROUBLES WITH THE THREE LINKS AT THE
> BOTTOM OF THAT PAGE! COULD SOMEONE TAKE A LOOK?)
> If you do decide to explore MTT,
> http://www.open-mpi.org/projects/mtt/svn.php tells you how to do a
> Subversion checkout. It's a test harness. For the tests themselves,
> look in mtt/trunk/samples/*-template.ini for examples of what tests to
> run. Whether you want to pursue this route depends on whether you're
> serious about doing lots of testing.
> On 08/01/11 17:13, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>> Additionally, you might want to download an run a bunch of common MPI benchmarks, such as:
>> - Netpipe
>> - Intel MPI Benchmarks (IMB)
>> - SKaMPI
>> - HPL (Linpack)
>> - ...etc.
>> On Aug 1, 2011, at 8:12 AM, Chris Samuel wrote:
>>> On Mon, 1 Aug 2011 09:47:00 PM Xin He wrote:
>>>> Do any of you guys have any testing programs that I should
>>>> run to test if it really works?
>>> How about a real MPI program which has test data to check
>>> it's running OK ? Gromacs is open source and has a self-test
>>> mechanism run via "make test" IIRC.
>>> I think HPL (Linpack) also checks the data from its run..
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