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Old 07-07-2009, 08:18 PM   #1
neel2407
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Question mpilogging for HPL workloads


Hi,

I am relatively new to linux. I am working on testing communication and computational characteristics of HPL workload.

I want to generate a file with clog extension to view using jumpshot. It should look something like xhpl.clog.

I have modified the CCFLAGS option in the make file and added -mpilog to it. But somehow this does not generate a xhpl.clog file.

If somebody has already tried this or has some idea please let me know. Its kind of urgent.

Thanks for all the help.

-Indraneel
 
  


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