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Bug #1867

Disable partitions test on pamilrts-bluegeneq

Added by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago. Updated 6 months ago.

Status:
Merged
Priority:
High
Assignee:
Category:
-
Target version:
Start date:
04/16/2018
Due date:
% Done:

0%


Description

make[3]: Entering directory `/gpfs/vesta-fs0/projects/CharmRTS/nbhat/autobuild/pamilrts-clang-nosmp/charm/pamilrts-bluegeneq/tests/charm++/partitions'
CHARMINC=../../../include . ../../../tmp/conv-mach.sh ; \
    CHARMINC=../../../include . ../../../tmp/conv-mach-opt.sh ; \
    if [ "$CMK_NO_PARTITIONS" = "1" ] ; \
    then \
      echo "Skipping test since build does not support partitions"; exit 0 ; \
    fi ; \
    ../../../bin/testrun  ./hello +p4 10 2 +partitions 2 --pernode 8

Running on 4 processors:  ./hello 10 2 +partitions 2
runjob -p 8 -n 4 --block VST-02600-13711-32 --envs BG_SHAREDMEMSIZE=32MB  :  ./hello 10 2 +partitions 2
Choosing optimized barrier algorithm name I0:MultiSync2Device:SHMEM:GI
Charm++> Running in non-SMP mode: numPes 4
Converse/Charm++ Commit ID: 5ea6e8a
Converse/Charm++ Commit ID: 5ea6e8a
Charm++> Disabling isomalloc because isomalloc disabled by conv-mach.
Charm++> Disabling isomalloc because isomalloc disabled by conv-mach.
CharmLB> Load balancer assumes all CPUs are same.
CharmLB> Load balancer assumes all CPUs are same.
Charm++> Running on 1 unique compute nodes (64-way SMP).
Running Hello on 2 processors for 10 elements
[1] Stack Traceback:
  [1:0] [0x1143900]
[0] Stack Traceback:
  [1:1] [0x114efa0]
  [0:0] [0x1143900]
  [1:2] [0x1160a1c]
  [0:1] [0x114efa0]
[0] Hello 0 created
  [0:2] [0x1160a1c]
[0] Hello 1 created
  [0:3] [0x115f954]
[0] Hello 2 created
  [1:3] [0x115f954]
[0] Hello 3 created
  [0:4] [0x100b7c4]
[0] Hello 4 created
  [0:5] [0x1146804]
[0] Hi[17] from element 0
  [1:4] [0x100b7c4]
[0] Hi[18] from element 1
  [0:6] [0x1009af0]
  [1:5] [0x1146804]
  [0:7] [0x1523dec]
[0] Hi[19] from element 2
  [0:8] [0x15242b4]
  [1:6] [0x1009af0]
  [1:7] [0x1523dec]
[0] Hi[20] from element 3
  [1:8] [0x15242b4]
make[3]: Leaving directory `/gpfs/vesta-fs0/projects/CharmRTS/nbhat/autobuild/pamilrts-clang-nosmp/charm/pamilrts-bluegeneq/tests/charm++/partitions'
make[2]: Leaving directory `/gpfs/vesta-fs0/projects/CharmRTS/nbhat/autobuild/pamilrts-clang-nosmp/charm/pamilrts-bluegeneq/tests/charm++'
make[1]: Leaving directory `/gpfs/vesta-fs0/projects/CharmRTS/nbhat/autobuild/pamilrts-clang-nosmp/charm/pamilrts-bluegeneq/tests'
fatal> error code 2 during remote> ./instead_test.sh charm/pamilrts-bluegeneq/tmp make  test --pernode 8
Returned from executing scripts/pamilrts-bluegeneq/test on remote host
fatal> Test on remote host failed with fatal error (0)
Bad: Test on remote host failed with fatal error (0)

History

#1 Updated by Evan Ramos 6 months ago

    if [ "$CMK_NO_PARTITIONS" = "1" ] ; \
    then \
      echo "Skipping test since build does not support partitions"; exit 0 ; \
    fi ; \

CMK_NO_PARTITIONS is set to 1 for pami-bluegeneq. Maybe it should also be set to 1 for pamilrts-bluegeneq?

It is also 1 for pami-linux-ppc64le, so maybe this could also be true for pamilrts-linux-ppc64le.

#2 Updated by Sam White 6 months ago

I think that’s because partitions is an LRTS feature. If pamilrts-linux-ppc64le(-smp) passes the +partitions test, then we can forget about BGQ partitions support since I don’t think it has any users.

We should also try to get autobuild for pamilrts-linux-ppc64le if possible

#3 Updated by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago

Yeah, I think we can skip the partitions test for BGQ.

#4 Updated by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago

  • Assignee set to Nitin Bhat

#5 Updated by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago

  • Subject changed from pamilrts-bluegeneq build fails the partition test to Disable partitions test on pamilrts-bluegeneq
  • Tracker changed from Bug to Support

#6 Updated by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Implemented
  • Tracker changed from Support to Bug

#7 Updated by Nitin Bhat 6 months ago

  • Status changed from Implemented to Merged

Verified that partitions works for ppc64le builds on Summit.

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