[CP2K:9967] Re: How do I set maxtasks during regtest?
jerryt... at gmail.com
Wed Feb 7 12:51:52 CET 2018
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 4:57 AM, Nico Holmberg <holmbe... at gmail.com>
> The number of tasks and other settings can be defined in a configuration
> file, which is passed to the regtest script with the -c flag (see
> ./do_regtest -h). You can find example configuration files in the folder
> For example, to use 4 tasks in total and 2 tasks per test (popt binary),
> you can set
> You should also comment out the line "maxtasks=$(nproc --all)" if you are
> using one of the example configurations files as a template.
> tiistai 6. helmikuuta 2018 18.32.19 UTC+2 Jerry Tanoury kirjoitti:
>> I have successfully compiled popt and ssmp versions of CP2K-5.1. When I
>> run regtests, I notice that the maxtasks = # of core on the node. As a
>> result, the regtest takes all available cores, which is not a nice thing to
>> do to my computational colleagues. Is there a way to change this?
>> For the ssmp version, I have tried OMP_NUM_THREADS, but that has no
>> Best regards,
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