ogitsu at llnl.gov
Wed Aug 30 20:32:01 CEST 2006
Thanks for quick reply. Today, the machine is down, so, I'll check
more in detail tomorrow. Today, I'm letting you know some detail.
I was doing a parallel processing, and I know that the wannier90.x
consume about 1GB with the same system.
Parallel. The machine is IBM SP5 with 32 GB on each node. I used 1
node, i.e. 8 cpus.
NCP or USP:
At this point, I do not have an access to the error log (I'll get
back to you tomorrow) but I believe that it took place at write_unk.
Do you know if there is a non-distributed array, which might get
large if the system size gets large? Thanks.
On Aug 29, 2006, at 11:51 PM, Jonathan Yates wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Aug 2006, Tadashi Ogitsu wrote:
>> I have a memory space question on pw2wannier90.x. Shall I ask to
>> pwscf forum? or this list is ok? Let me know. Thanks.
> I think it is fine here.
>> #pw2wannier90.x seems to consume a larger memory space. This time,
>> I see clear message from system saying I have exhausted the memory
> pw2wannier90 needs to store two wavefunction copies (on the sphere
> of g-vectors). One at k, the other at k+b.
> If you are using ultrasoft pseudopotentials then you will also
> need to store the beta (non-local pseudopotential) projectors.
> I believe these arrays should account for most of the memory with
> a large system. You should thus be able to estimate the memory
> requirement for your system.
> pw2wannier90 can be run in parallel (distributing G and R vectors;
> not k-points) which will reduce the memory per node for a
> distributed memory machine.
> If you find the actual memory usage is significantly larger than
> expected; then you should give us some more details.
> Serial or parallel
> NCP or USP
> In which phase of the calculation does the crash occur (mmn, amn
> or write_unk)
> Of course if you can use a debugger to find which allocation
> causes the crash, that's even better...
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