[CP2K-user] Which folders can be deleted after the installation?

Roman Ishchenko ichen... at gmail.com
Thu Mar 11 03:07:08 UTC 2021

I've really built everything except for GCC and cuda. There are maybe some 
libraries in common directories, but they are too old.

My build directory now looks like that:
2,0G    ./libint-v2.6.0-cp2k-lmax-5
8,3G    ./cmake-3.18.5
1,5G    ./OpenBLAS-0.3.10
596M    ./fftw-3.3.8
1017M   ./libxc-4.3.4
96M     ./libxsmm-1.16.1
846M    ./scalapack-2.1.0
38M     ./SpFFT-0.9.13
218M    ./cosma-2.2.0
2,0G    ./SIRIUS-7.0.0
901M    ./elpa-2020.05.001
572M    ./gsl-2.6
1001M   ./hdf5-1.12.0
51M     ./libvdwxc-0.4.0
109M    ./spglib-1.16.0
133M    ./libvori-201229

I think cmake is definitely not necessary but I'm really not sure.
четверг, 11 марта 2021 г. в 03:01:19 UTC+7, n... at berkeley.edu: 

>  If you pull cp2k from github right now it will only take about ~2Gb. You 
> can delete things like test files if you really need to clear space but 
> thats not where most of the 30Gb is coming from. I just checked the build 
> folders on my machine and found:
> libint ~ .25Gb
> libxc ~ .5Gb
> libxsmm ~ 70Mb
> These are the sort of 'standard' libraries to build with cp2k and they are 
> nowhere near 30Gb. The only thing I can surmise is that you installed 
> *absolutely everything* related to cp2k including intel and gnu packages 
> and cuda and what not. Some of this stuff should definitely be stored in 
> the common software by your HPC team and not be needed. If it really is 
> impossible for you to access them, then you should contact the admins. 
> On Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 10:36:26 AM UTC-8 ic... at gmail.com 
> wrote:
>> Dear cp2k community!
>> I've installed cp2k compiling all the libraries in my directory as I work 
>> on HPC cluster and don't have access to system directories.
>> Now it's taking lots of disk space (~30 Gb) and I want to get rid of all 
>> the unnecessary files.
>> Which folders can be safely deleted after the installation not to destroy 
>> my installation?
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