What exactly do you want to do?
For example, Cisco's MTT files simply list a huge number of different
mpirun command lines in the MPI Details section (25, in one case,
IIRC). So I run lots of different cases for each MPI test (e.g., with
leave pinned, without leave pinned, ...etc.).
On Nov 3, 2008, at 10:45 AM, Ethan Mallove wrote:
> On Mon, Nov/03/2008 09:34:07AM, Mike Dubman wrote:
>> Hello Guys,
>> Please suggest the proper way to handle the following:
>> Is there any way to run "test run" section with a list
>> of "mpi_details" sections?
> There is currently no way to iterate over multiple
> mpi_details sections, but there might be an acceptable
> workaround. You can create a simple wrapper script to
> iterate over variations of your MPI details section using
> command line INI file overrides (see
> https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/mtt/wiki/INIOverrides). E.g.,
> say you have the following MPI details section:
> [MPI details: Open MPI]
> foo = some default value
> bar = some default value
> exec = mpirun @foo@ @bar@ ...
> Using command-line INI overrides, you can iterate over a
> series of values for "foo" and/or "bar":
> $ client/mtt --scratch /some/dir ...
> $ client/mtt --scratch /some/dir --test-run foo=abc ...
> $ client/mtt --scratch /some/dir --test-run foo=def ...
> $ client/mtt --scratch /some/dir --test-run bar=uvw ...
> $ client/mtt --scratch /some/dir --test-run bar=xyz ...
> Note in the above example, we use the same scratch directory
> for all the runs, and we run only the test run phase (via
> the --test-run option) since we do not need to reinstall or
> rebuild anything as we iterate over different command lines.
> Could the above be of use for what you're trying to do?
>> Or how to execute specific "Test run" section against
>> specific "mpi_details" section, where "mpi_details" can
>> have many different scenarios of command line
>> parameters (i.e. single mpi_details should be executed
>> a number of times equal to the number of available
>> scenarios for this mpi_details)? Is that possible? (it
>> is similar to the @np param treatment available inside
>> mpi_details section)
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