David van der Spoel
spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Tue Jan 8 19:47:57 CET 2002
On Tue, 8 Jan 2002, Justin MacCallum wrote:
>> Did you use grompp -shuffle -sort
>> It certainly shouldn't be this bad. For a more exact comparison you may
>> want to have a look at the gromacs benchmarks which you can download from
>> Groeten, David.
>I didn't use the -shuffle or -sort options. I will rerun the tests using
>those options. Its my understanding that as molecules diffuse, the
>benifits of these options will decrease. In other words, spacial
>decomposition isn't implemented yet. Is that correct?
No spatial decomposition yet. SHuffling gives you different moleculetypes
on different processors. It is a huge win for membranes. Sorting gives you
initially (for the time you are benchmarking) advantages too. Ofcourse
diffusion changes that.
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