From: Alberto Santana (asantana_at_uprm.edu)
Date: Sat Oct 09 2004 - 20:42:55 CDT
We are using version 8.0 of Intel's compiler and GM-2.0.11_Linux. I
downloaded charm-5.8 and built it with ./build charm++ net-linux icc
gm --basedir=/usr/opt/gm -O -DCMK_OPTIMIZE=1. This step went very smooth.
NAMD compiled without a problem. A test run gave the following output:
Charm++: scheduler running in netpoll mode.
Info: NAMD 2.5 for Linux-i686-GM
Info: Please visit http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/namd/
Info: and send feedback or bug reports to namd_at_ks.uiuc.edu
Info: Please cite Kale et al., J. Comp. Phys. 151:283-312 (1999)
Info: in all publications reporting results obtained with NAMD.
Info: Based on Charm++/Converse 0143160 for net-linux-gm-icc
Info: Built Sat Oct 9 20:13:10 EDT 2004 by santana on master
Info: Sending usage information to NAMD developers via UDP. Sent data is:
Info: 1 NAMD 2.5 Linux-i686-GM 4 node3 santana
Info: Running on 4 processors.
Info: 9733 kB of memory in use.
Measuring processor speeds...------------- Processor 1 Exiting: Caught
Signal: segmentation violation
Suggestion: Try running with '++debug', or linking with '-memory paranoid'.
Fatal error on PE 1> segmentation violation
The question is: What is the secret behind making NAMD run on Myrinet?
Has anyone managed to get this thing right?
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