That is interesting. I think I will reconstruct your experiments on my
system when I will be testing PMI selection logic. According to your
resource count numbers I can do that. I will publish my results in the list.
2014-05-08 8:51 GMT+07:00 Christopher Samuel <samuel_at_[hidden]>:
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> On 07/05/14 18:00, Ralph Castain wrote:
> > Interesting - how many nodes were involved? As I said, the bad
> > scaling becomes more evident at a fairly high node count.
> Our x86-64 systems are low node counts (we've got BG/Q for capacity),
> the cluster that those tests were run on has 70 nodes, each with 16
> cores, so I suspect we're a long long way away from that pain point.
> All the best!
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