From: HOUSTON Douglas (DouglasR.Houston_at_ed.ac.uk)
Date: Mon Mar 06 2017 - 08:15:25 CST
I am trying to get REMD working on our local HPC machine. The setup consists of 16-core nodes connected via gigabit ethernet. I'd like to run the example REMD that comes with NAMD such that each replica is running on a single node, and is utilising all 16 cores. This is the example I mean:
However, I am having trouble working out what the command should look like. So far I have:
charmrun ++verbose +p16 ++nodelist nodelist.txt ++mpiexec mpirun -np 8 namd2 +replicas 8 job0.conf +stdout output/%d/job0.%d.log
but I don't really know if this will achieve what I want. Do I need to use charmrun at all? Will this result in all 16 cores in all 8 nodes being utilised, with one replica on each node? Unfortunately testing via trial and error is tricky due to the length of the job queue.
I have managed to get standard MD running across multiple nodes, so passwordless ssh etc. is not a problem.
Dr. Douglas R. Houston
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Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
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University of Edinburgh
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