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spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Thu Jun 16 21:30:24 CEST 2005
On Thu, 2005-06-16 at 14:48 -0400, Ken Rotondi wrote:
> Dear Gromacs community,
> Well, it appears we've stumbled across some genuine weirdness here. The
> CVS version of GROMACS runs on our SGI supercomputer:
> SGI Origin 3800, 128 processor R14000 500 MHz
> SGI Message Passing Toolkit 1.6 (this is SGI's tuned MPI libraries)
> FFTW version 2.1.3 (single-precision, shared libraries, MPI-enabled)
> The issue is, it won't run on more than 24 processors without
> generating an MPI error, which may be an issue with GROMACS or an issue
> with something on the SGI.
What kind of system are you testing?
> This is the error message when it dies using more than 24 processors:
> MPI: MPI_COMM_WORLD rank 0 has terminated without calling MPI_Finalize()
> MPI: Received signal 10
This is a USR1 signal, which is very weird, because it can only be
issued by the user. Have you checked md0.log, since processor 0 appears
to be the culprit.
#define SIGUSR1 10 /* User-defined signal 1 (POSIX). */
You can also try mdrun -debug (if you have enough disk space)...
> It dumps a nasty core file which doesn't contain usable symbols (We
> probably need to recompile without stripping the binaries). I've
> noticed that it also takes a long time to set up before dying compared
> to the set up and successful run using 24 processors.
> Sorry to post to both developers and users, but I thought it might be a
> CVS issue.
> Thanks for any insight/help,
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