[gmx-developers] When will 4.6 kernels be back?
junghans at votca.org
Wed Nov 14 19:44:02 CET 2012
2012/11/14 ms <devicerandom at gmail.com>:
> On 13/11/12 19:26, Christoph Junghans wrote:
>>> ERROR 1 [file grompp.mdp]:
>>> AdResS is currently disabled
>> Sorry, I think, there was a misunderstanding.
>> 5ba7125c5972f2aafde2310eaa4a345cbac55da5^ is the last revision, which
>> has AdResS and SSE kernels.
>> We are working on re-enabling AdResS, but it will take a while.
> Awww. Ok, sorry. Now, what I would need (I am just teaching myself
> adress...) is the last revision of gmx which was both adress-enabled and
> with fast kernels.
5ba7125c5972f2aafde2310eaa4a345cbac55da5 is the revision, where Erik
removed the assembly kernels, hence
5ba7125c5972f2aafde2310eaa4a345cbac55da5^ (mind the ^) is the one
which still has them.
Does that work for you?
> Any chance of remembering what it was? :)
>>> does it mean AdResS is disabled in that revision or did I forget some
>>> compilation flag?
>>> Massimo Sandal, Ph.D.
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