From: René Hafner TUK (hamburge_at_physik.uni-kl.de)
Date: Mon Nov 23 2020 - 07:22:36 CST
I am trying to get an (e)ABF simulation running with multi-copy
algorithm on a multiGPU node.
I tried as describe in
charmrun ++local namd2 myconf_file.conf +p16 +replicas 2
I am using the precompiled binaries from the Download page: NAMD 2.13
Linux-x86_64-netlrts-smp-CUDA (Multi-copy algorithms, single process per
And for both NAMD2.13 and NAMD2.14 I get the error:
FATAL ERROR: Number of devices (2) is not a multiple of number of
processes (8). Sharing devices between processes is inefficient.
Specify +ignoresharing (each process uses all visible devices) if not
all devices are visible to each process, otherwise adjust number of
processes to evenly divide number of devices, specify subset of devices
with +devices argument (e.g., +devices 0,2), or multiply list shared
devices (e.g., +devices 0,1,2,0).
But even with using +devices 0,1 !
I obtain the same error. Why should the number of devices be a multiple
of the number of processes at all?
Shouldn't it be the otherway around? 8 cores + 1 gpu PER replica for my
Can anyone give me some support here?
-- -- Dipl.-Phys. René Hafner TU Kaiserslautern Germany
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