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Ah, interesting - my comments were in respect to startup time (specifically, MPI wireup)
On May 6, 2014, at 8:49 PM, Christopher Samuel <samuel_at_[hidden]> wrote:
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> On 07/05/14 13:37, Moody, Adam T. wrote:
>> Hi Chris,
> Hi Adam,
>> I'm interested in SLURM / OpenMPI startup numbers, but I haven't
>> done this testing myself. We're stuck with an older version of
>> SLURM for various internal reasons, and I'm wondering whether it's
>> worth the effort to back port the PMI2 support. Can you share some
>> of the differences in times at different scales?
> We've not looked at startup times I'm afraid, this was time to
> solution. We noticed it with Slurm when we first started using on
> x86-64 for our NAMD tests (this from a posting to the list last year
> when I raised the issue and were told PMI2 would be the solution):
>> Slurm 2.6.0, RHEL 6.4 (latest kernel), FDR IB.
>> Here are some timings as reported as the WallClock time by NAMD
>> itself (so not including startup/tear down overhead from Slurm).
>> run1/slurm-93744.out:WallClock: 695.079773 CPUTime: 695.079773
>> run4/slurm-94011.out:WallClock: 723.907959 CPUTime: 723.907959
>> run5/slurm-94013.out:WallClock: 726.156799 CPUTime: 726.156799
>> run6/slurm-94017.out:WallClock: 724.828918 CPUTime: 724.828918
>> Average of 692 seconds
>> run2/slurm-93746.out:WallClock: 559.311035 CPUTime: 559.311035
>> run3/slurm-93910.out:WallClock: 544.116333 CPUTime: 544.116333
>> run7/slurm-94019.out:WallClock: 586.072693 CPUTime: 586.072693
>> Average of 563 seconds.
>> So that's about 23% slower.
>> Everything is identical (they're all symlinks to the same golden
>> master) *except* for the srun / mpirun which is modified by
>> copying the batch script and substituting mpirun for srun.
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