On Dec 11, 2006, at 2:34 PM, Brock Palen wrote:
> Yes it is a PPC based system. The machines are duel G5 with 1 gig of
> ram. I am only running 1 thread per cpu, (not over allocating). It
> is not a maximized run, when running i see 500MB free on the nodes.
> Each thread uses ~110MB.
Sorry to edit my own,
This is a typo each thread uses about ~160MB
> I could not answer wether or not OSX and PPC 970FX have a MMU though
> im sure it would dont know why not, but thats speculation on my
> part. Also I have no idea what the memory window question is, i will
> look it up on google.
> aon075:~ root# dmesg | grep GM
> GM: Board at bus 6 slot 3 now attaching
> GM: driver version 2.0.21_MacOSX_rc20050429075134PDT gallatin_at_g4:/tmp/
> gm-2.0.21_MacOSX Fri Apr 29 11:03:48 EDT 2005
> GM: gm_register_memory will be able to lock 96000 pages (375 MBytes)
> GM: Unit 0 IP interface attach ok
> GM: Unit 0 Loaded ok
> Brock Palen
> Center for Advanced Computing
> On Dec 11, 2006, at 2:20 PM, Reese Faucette wrote:
>>> I have tried moving around machines that the run is done on to the
>>> same result in multiple places.
>>> The error is:
>>> [aon049.engin.umich.edu:21866] [mpool_gm_module.c:100] error(8)
>>> registering gm memory
>> This is on a PPC-based OSX system? How many MPI processes per node
>> are you
>> starting? And I assume this is a pretty maximallly sized HPL run
>> for the
>> nodes' memory? And this system has an IOMMU, yes? Do you know how
>> big its
>> memory window is?
>> Could you send me the output of "dmesg | grep GM" after loading
>> GM? We're
>> looking for a line of the form:
>> GM: gm_register_memory will be able to lock XXX pages (YYY MBytes)
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