libsmm compile error

Rolf David rolf.d... at gmail.com
Fri Oct 16 08:12:07 CEST 2015


Hi,

Slurm is a queuing system.

Give a go with 

./generate -c config/linux.intel -j 100 -w none -t 24 tiny1 >log 2>err


or 


./generate -c config/linux.intel -j 100 -w none -t 1 tiny1 >log 2>err


with 

> cat none.wlm

batch_cmd() {
$@
}

cf: Alfio Lazzaro
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/cp2k/G67XV-dyk5E/cRvcra0NRR4J


Rolf




On Thursday, October 15, 2015 at 7:04:43 PM UTC+2, Hongqian Sang wrote:
>
> I have been trying to compile LibSMM in cp2k 2.7 using ifort 14.0.2 and mkl without queuing system. 
>
> When I do the 1st step, ./generate -c config/linux.intel -j 0 -t 24 tiny1 >log 2>err
> I got an error,
>
> Config file                   : "config/linux.intel"
> Number of tasks per each node : 24
> Number of batch jobs          : 0
> WLM                           : slurm
> SIMD register type            : avx
> Limit time batch              : 01:00:00
> COMMAND                       : "tiny1"
> Make target                   : "all"
>
> # Elements = 24^3 = 13824 split in 1 jobs.
> Launching elements 1 --> 13824 (run_tiny_dnn_job1)
> Generate master file output_linux.intel/tiny_find_1_1_1__24_24_24.f90
> make: execvp: /bin/sh: Argument list too long
> make: *** [output_linux.intel/tiny_find_1_1_1__24_24_24.f90] Error 127
> I have googled the message but found nothing useful here.
> Thank you very much for your time and reply.
>
> Sang
>
>
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