[gmx-users] MVAPICH2 mdrun problem for SD and MD, GROMACS 4.0.5

Daniel Adriano Silva M dadriano at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 02:02:17 CET 2009


Again me. I reinstalled things, you must be thinking that I am wrong
trying to get the icc installation to work, but as I stated on a
previous mail I get very good scaling and over 40% better performance
with icc than gcc. I had tested gmx_test, and all appears to be ok,
but I think the gmx test is incomplete for mpi, since some test does
not run with dd and others with pd. Please, are there any chance that
you have some tprs that could work as a test-set, with results that
can be compared????

Thank you

2009/10/30 Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>:
> Daniel Adriano Silva M wrote:
>> Mark,
>> Then I will try with other versions, check gmx-tests and not mix
>> compilers, thank you much by your help. Last question, I am afraid to
>> ask, but I have some simulations that were ran with this setup,
>> energy, temp, and pressure looks good on all, and it ran by pretty
>> long time (several ns) without any apparent errors, do you think that
>> there could be any way to check if these md-sims results are actually
>> wrong?
> That's a hard question, because MD with even the same GROMACS version with
> different compilers can diverge rapidly. If you still had the old version,
> you might try a new mdrun -reprod with nstlog=1 on both versions. If they
> give the same output, you might then have some confidence that the old
> version was only wrong under some conditions, and hopefully all of those
> provoked crashes. However it would be likely that they wouldn't give the
> same output even if both were functioning correctly. Still, the energy
> differences over the first few MD steps should be down at about the
> precision reported in the .log file, and that's useful knowledge.
> Mark
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