LibSMM compilation on Cray

Alfio Lazzaro alfio.... at
Wed Jun 8 07:54:41 UTC 2016

this is correct. Usually I use 100 jobs with 6 hours with 8 threads on 
Sandy Bridge (btw, tiny1 is the slowest phase).  
Now, I can suggest you two viabile options:
1) Download pre-compiled version 
2) Use the libxsmm by Intel (best choice for the future). Actually you can 
use the JIT version of libxsmm, so practically you don't need to 
pre-compile the kernels...

I hope this answer to your question.


Il giorno martedì 7 giugno 2016 12:46:12 UTC+2, la... at ha scritto:
> This is probably a very stupid question...
> When I was trying to compile LibSMM on our supercomputer, it appears that 
> even when split into 100 jobs, the time taken for each job to compile was 
> well beyond the default limits (even for tiny1).  I would like to see if 
> there is any advice on why this might be the case, and if there are any 
> best practices on how to compile LibSMM.
> Thanks!
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