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Oct 14, 2011, 11:55:11 AM (13 years ago)
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steve
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     6anuga_parallel
     7==============
     8
     9Well first you need to get the anuga_parallel code. You can get this from
     10our svn repository with userid anonymous (blank password)
     11
     12The location is
     13
     14https://anuga.anu.edu.au/svn/anuga/trunk/anuga_core/source/anuga_parallel
     15
     16(By the way, the most recent version of the development code of anuga
     17is available at
     18
     19https://anuga.anu.edu.au/svn/anuga/trunk/anuga_core/source/anuga
     20)
     21
     22Setup your PYTHONPATH to point to location of the source directory
     23
     24For instance I havethe following line in my .bashrc file
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     26export PYTHONPATH=/home/steve/anuga/anuga_core/source
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    630MPI
    731===
    832
    9 First thing, you need to install MPI on your system. OPENMPI and MPICH2
     33Now you need to install MPI on your system. OPENMPI and MPICH2
    1034are supported by pypar (see below) so both should be ok.
    1135
     
    2751
    2852(There is an old version on sourceforge
    29 http://sourceforge.net/projects/pypar/)
     53http://sourceforge.net/projects/pypar/ don't use that)
    3054
    31 Install pypar following the instructions in hte download. Should be able
    32 use standard python setup.py install
     55Install pypar following the instructions in the download. Should be able
     56use standard command
     57
     58python setup.py install
     59
     60or maybe
     61
     62sudo python setup.py install
     63
    3364
    3465Make sure the pypar examples work
     
    4273Follow the instructions in README to install. Essentially just run make.
    4374
    44 From the pymetis directory, test using test_all.py
     75If you have a 64 bit machine run
     76
     77make COPTIONS="-fPIC"
     78
     79From the pymetis directory, test using test_all.py, ie
     80
     81python test_all.py
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    4683ANUGA_PARALLEL
     
    5592Run run_parallel_sw_merimbula.py
    5693
    57 First just run it a sequential program.
     94First just run it as a sequential program, via
     95
     96python run_parallel_sw_merimbula.py
    5897
    5998Then try a parallel run using a command like
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