[CP2K:10531] Re: Long-running cp2k CUDA kernels

Max Baird maxba... at gmail.com
Sat Jul 14 11:34:42 UTC 2018

Hi Alfio,
Yes, that's what I mean. So is there any use case where the kernels can run
for longer? Thanks.

On Sat, 14 Jul 2018 at 10:25, Alfio Lazzaro <alfio.... at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Max,
> I'm not sure I understand your point 1). Do you mean 30 minutes for a
> single kernel to run on the GPU? If so, no, we don't have such a case. We
> do matrix-matrix multiplications and there will be not enough data to run
> for 30 minutes...
> Alfio
> Il giorno venerdì 13 luglio 2018 17:57:13 UTC+2, Max ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> I'm doing research in the area of High-Performance computing, specifically
>> to do with the resilience of GPUs for long-running applications.
>> The GPU technology I focus on is CUDA.
>> I found the cp2k noticed that it has support for CUDA.
>> And have a few questions:
>> 1. Can any simulations cause cp2k CUDA kernels to run for a long time
>> continuously?  (anything around or over 30 minutes)
>> 2. If not, do you know of any CUDA applications that have long-running
>> kernels?
>> Thanks.
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