[Pw_forum] Re: Re: Re: Woodcrest vs Opteron performance in pwscf calc. (Huiqun Zhou)
hqzhou at nju.edu.cn
Sat Aug 5 09:55:21 CEST 2006
Cesar and list-users,
I'm sorry for my fault. You're right. As there is only 2 cores on one of
my woodcrest nodes are spare right now, I re-run the tests on them and
the opteron node.
Here are the results:
(1) Opteron 285 (2.6 GHz)
Nearly same as my previous reported numbers.
(2) Woodcrest (2.66 GHz)
1 core : 4m44s (4m42.74s)
2 cores: 2m52s (2m49.49s)
The results were got while another pwscf job was running on other
I'll run the same test on the node next week (maybe) when it becomes
totally clean and spare. So, we can get an impression of how memory
contention would influence the speed as Axel prompted.
Have a nice weekend!
----- Original Message -----
From: <cesards at msi.umn.edu>
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Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2006 6:04 AM
Subject: [Pw_forum] Re: Re: Re: Woodcrest vs Opteron performance in pwscf
calc. (Huiqun Zhou)
> Dear Huiqun Zhou,
> In your job there is a line
> Should be
> I don't know how many threads your system defaults to, but if it is more
> than one, your tests are flowed.
> Cesar R.S. da Silva
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