Il 10/5/2013 1:35 AM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) ha scritto:
> On Oct 4, 2013, at 8:38 AM, marco atzeri wrote:
>> At first glance it does not seems particular user friendly nor with a clear HOWTO guide for good start.
> How's this for a start:
>> Additional LWP::Protocol::https is not available so
>> some expectation are not fullfilled.
> We might be able to work around this.
>> Anything as simple as
>> is available for performing MTT tests ?
> Let me clarify: MTT is the engine to run MPI tests -- it's not MPI tests or benchmarks itself. MTT is simply a way to download the nightly tarball, build it N ways, get lots of tests (e.g., the OSU benchmarks), compile each of them against each of the N OMPI builds, and then run each of those tests M different ways, and then submit those results up to our community database.
> Once you have MTT up and running, it can run fairly largely automated -- mine runs in a cron job, for example.
> Make sense?
automating build on my hardware is a bit too much ;-)
as it is just a normal notebook and building on cygwin is a
Attached the outcome of testing with the default developer.ini
and the installed 1.7.2.
I assume mtt is working as expected. Correct ?