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From: Josh Hursey (jjhursey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-28 15:46:38


So I have a section that looks like:
<snip>
[Reporter: IU database]
module = MTTDatabase

mttdatabase_realm = OMPI
mttdatabase_url = https://www.open-mpi.org/mtt/submit/
# OMPI Core: Change this to be the username and password for your
# submit user. Get this from the OMPI MTT administrator.
mttdatabase_username = username
mttdatabase_password = password
# OMPI Core: Change this to be some short string identifying your
# cluster.
mttdatabase_platform = TESTING BigRed at IU (mx,sm,self)
mttdatabase_debug_filename = &shell("echo mttdatabase_debug.bigred")
</snip>

or should it just be:
<snip>
[Reporter: IU database]
mttdatabase_debug_filename = &shell("echo mttdatabase_debug.bigred")
</snip>

On Sep 28, 2006, at 3:38 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:

> Ah, you're using the ''other'' .txt output file (from the
> [Reporter: write to
> text file] section).
>
> In the "Reporter: IU" section of the ini, there's a
> mttdatabase_debug_filename
> param. Mine is set like so:
>
> mttdatabase_debug_filename = &shell("echo
> mttdatabase_debug.`hostname`")
>
> So in my mtt workspace I have a bunch of these after an MTT run,
> e.g.,:
>
> ...
> mttdatabase_debug.burl-ct-v440-2.5.txt
> mttdatabase_debug.burl-ct-v440-2.6.txt
> mttdatabase_debug.burl-ct-v440-2.7.txt
> mttdatabase_debug.burl-ct-v440-2.8.txt
> mttdatabase_debug.burl-ct-v440-2.9.txt
> ...
>
> poster.pl expects one of these files. (The difference between the
> two is a little subtle. The mttdatabase_debug files contain a
> ready to be eval'd perl variable, which poster.pl can use.)
>
> -Ethan
>
>
> On Thu, Sep/28/2006 02:50:43PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>> Finally getting a chance to try this out.
>>
>> I am trying to use the script as perscribed on the webpage and am
>> getting some errors apparently from the 'eval $buf;' on line 39:
>> mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
>> mpiteam_at_BigRed:> ./local/bin/post-mtt-results.pl -d -f bigred-
>> Test_Build-trivial-ompi-nightly-trunk-1.3a1r11860.txt
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 3, near "Linux
>> 2.6.5"
>> (Do you need to predeclare Linux?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 6, near "28 14"
>> (Missing operator before 14?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 6, near "30
>> 2006"
>> (Missing operator before 2006?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 7, near "2006
>> submit_test_timestamp"
>> (Missing operator before submit_test_timestamp?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 7, near "28 14"
>> (Missing operator before 14?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 7, near "40
>> 2006"
>> (Missing operator before 2006?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 8, near "2006
>> submitting_local_username"
>> (Missing operator before submitting_local_username?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 11, near
>> "3.3.3
>> mpi_get_section_name"
>> (Missing operator before mpi_get_section_name?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 14, near
>> "1.3a1r11860"
>> (Missing operator before a1r11860?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 16, near "6
>> perfbase_xml"
>> (Missing operator before perfbase_xml?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 19, near "28
>> 14"
>> (Missing operator before 14?)
>> Number found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 19, near "37
>> 2006"
>> (Missing operator before 2006?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 20, near
>> "2006
>> success"
>> (Missing operator before success?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 21, near "1
>> test_build_section_name"
>> (Missing operator before test_build_section_name?)
>> Bareword found where operator expected at (eval 8) line 22, near "3
>> seconds"
>> (Missing operator before seconds?)
>> posting the following:
>> hostname: s9c4b2
>> os_name: Linux
>> os_version: Linux 2.6.5-7.276-pseries64
>> platform_hardware: ppc64
>> platform_type: linux-sles9-ppc64
>> start_run_timestamp: Thu Sep 28 14:56:30 2006
>> submit_test_timestamp: Thu Sep 28 14:56:40 2006
>> submitting_local_username: mpiteam
>> compiler_name: gnu
>> compiler_version: 3.3.3
>> mpi_get_section_name: ompi-nightly-trunk
>> mpi_install_section_name: bigred gcc warnings
>> mpi_name: ompi-nightly-trunk
>> mpi_version: 1.3a1r11860
>> mtt_version_minor: 6
>> perfbase_xml: inp_test_build.xml
>> phase: Test Build
>> result_message: Success
>> start_test_timestamp: Thu Sep 28 14:56:37 2006
>> success: 1
>> test_build_section_name: trivial
>> test_duration_interval: 3 seconds
>> to http://www.open-mpi.org/mtt/submit/index.php
>> Need a field name at (eval 10) line 1
>> mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
>>
>> On Sep 26, 2006, at 6:26 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:
>>
>>> I've posted the helper script here:
>>>
>>> http://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/mtt/wiki/SubmitHelper
>>>
>>> Let me know how it works.
>>>
>>> -Ethan
>>>
>>>
>>> On Tue, Sep/26/2006 04:06:01PM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>>>> For the moment, that might be sufficient.
>>>>
>>>> What HLRS does is open ssh tunnels back to the head node and then
>>>> http put's
>>>> through those back to the IU database. Icky, but it works.
>>>>
>>>> The problem is that there are some other higher-priority items
>>>> that we need
>>>> to get done in MTT (performane measurements, for example) that,
>>>> since there
>>>> are [icky] workarounds for http puts, we put the whole
>>>> "disconnected
>>>> scenario" stuff at a lower priority. :-(
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 9/26/06 3:51 PM, "Ethan Mallove" <ethan.mallove_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I have an unpretty solution that maybe could serve as a
>>>>> stopgap between now and when we implement the "disconnected
>>>>> scenarios" feature. I have a very simple and easy-to-use
>>>>> perl script that just HTTP POSTs a debug file (what *would*
>>>>> have gone to the database). E.g.,
>>>>>
>>>>> $ ./poster.pl -f 'mttdatabase_debug*.txt'
>>>>>
>>>>> (Where mttdatabase_debug would be what you supply to the
>>>>> mttdatabase_debug_filename ini param in the "IU Database"
>>>>> section.)
>>>>>
>>>>> I think this would fill in your missing * step below.
>>>>>
>>>>> Does that sound okay, Jeff?
>>>>>
>>>>> -Ethan
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On Tue, Sep/26/2006 03:25:08PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>>>>>> So the login node is the only one that has a window to the
>>>>>> outside
>>>>>> world. I can't access the outside world from within an
>>>>>> allocation.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So my script does:
>>>>>> - Login Node:
>>>>>> 1) Get MPI Tarballs
>>>>>> - 1 Compute node:
>>>>>> 0) Allocate a compute node to compile.
>>>>>> 1) Build/Install MPI builds
>>>>>> 2) Deallocate compute node
>>>>>> - Login Node:
>>>>>> 1) Get MPI Test sources
>>>>>> - N Compute Nodes:
>>>>>> 0) Allocate N compute Nodes to run the tests on
>>>>>> 1) Build/Install Tests
>>>>>> 2) Run the tests...
>>>>>> - Login Node:
>>>>>> 0) Check to make sure we are all done (scheduler didn't kill
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> job, etc.).
>>>>>> 1) Report results to MTT *
>>>>>>
>>>>>> * This is what I am missing currently.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I currently have the "Reporter: IU Database" section commented
>>>>>> out so
>>>>>> that once the tests finish they don't try to post the database,
>>>>>> since
>>>>>> they can't see the outside world.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Sep 26, 2006, at 3:17 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Tue, Sep/26/2006 02:01:41PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>>>>>>>> I'm setting up MTT on BigRed at IU, and due to some visibility
>>>>>>>> requirements of the compute nodes I segment the MTT operations.
>>>>>>>> Currently I have a perl script that does all the svn and wget
>>>>>>>> interactions from the login node, then compiles and runs on the
>>>>>>>> compute nodes. This all seems to work fine.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Now I am wondering how to get the textfile results that were
>>>>>>>> generated back to the MTT database once the run has finished.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If you run the "MPI Install", "Test build", and "Test run"
>>>>>>> sections from the same machine (call it the
>>>>>>> "Install-Build-Run" node), I would think you could then
>>>>>>> additionaly run the "Reporter: IU Database" section. Or can
>>>>>>> you not do the HTTP POST from Install-Build-Run node?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> -Ethan
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I know HLRS deals with this situation, is there a supported
>>>>>>>> way of
>>>>>>>> doing this yet or is it a future work item still?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Currently I have a method to send a summary email to our team
>>>>>>>> after
>>>>>>>> the results are generated, so this isn't a show stopper for
>>>>>>>> IU or
>>>>>>>> anything, just something so we can share our results with the
>>>>>>>> rest of
>>>>>>>> the team.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>>>>> Josh
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>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Jeff Squyres
>>>> Server Virtualization Business Unit
>>>> Cisco Systems
>>
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>> http://www.open-mpi.org/
>>
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