From: Gengbin Zheng (gzheng_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Fri Mar 26 2004 - 11:43:38 CST
I think you can use
but change CHARMARCH to mpi-linux-axp-gm-cxx
Because there are too many combinations and options, so far we have not
come up a good way of automate the compilations, so people may have to
manually tweak things to get namd compiled with charm++.
In future, I may write an auto config script to check whether it is mpich
or specific mpi.
On Fri, 26 Mar 2004, Alex V. wrote:
> I successfully compiled Namd for Linux-Alpha-MPI-cxx,
> but I'm not getting how to provide support for MPI-GM drivers?
> I compiled charm++ from latest CVS version as follows:
> ./build charm++ mpi-linux-axp gm cxx
> than what ARCH should be used to build Namd?
> Linux-Alpha-MPI-cxx searches for charm++ in
> not in
> and compilation crashes (not found charm++.h etc.)
> How to solve this problem? And also
> a had to link libmpi.a -> libmpich.a because
> linker couldn't find -lmpi. Are there cleaner ways
> to specify that I have MPICH??
> Gengbin Zheng wrote:
> > I think we haven't compile and test Linux Alpha cluster for a long time.
> >But you can try. First download the *latest* charm-5.8 from *cvs* (I have
> >made some changes for the config files for Alpha cluster, by guess though
> >since I don't have account). Checkout out the
> >charm5-8 link on http://charm.cs.uiuc.edu.
> > try charm charm++ using cxx:
> > ./build charm++ mpi-linux-axp cxx .....
> > and NAMD by:
> > ./config .... Linux-Alpha-MPI-cxx
> > let me know if this works,
> >On Sat, 13 Mar 2004, Alex V. wrote:
> >>Hi everybody!!
> >>I have the following question:
> >>what will I need to run NAMD on cluster,
> >>consisting of Alpha 21264 (2 x 667 МHz) processors,
> >>running on Marynet 2000 ?
> >>They have Red Hat Linux 6.2 (with SMP support) on each node.
> >>The parallel software is MPICH for GM with queuing system, so
> >>one should run task as follows (as it is written in their computer
> >>center's manual):
> >>mpirun [mpi_args] <prgm_name> [prgm_args]
> >>Should I recompile NAMD from sources to run on such cluster,
> >>or are there compatible binaries from NAMD download page???
> >>Thanks in advance!!!
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