DAMASK on HPCC

HPCC account

  • get a sponsored login at iCER accounts
  • log into the HPCC gateway
    ssh yourMSUnetID@hpcc.msu.edu
  • set up SSH authentication by copying your existing public RSA 2048-bit key to $HOME/.ssh or generate a new key pair
    ssh-keygen
  • copy a proper bash resource file from Philip’s home directory
    for f in .bashrc .alias .environment .modules; do cp $HOME/../pe/$f $HOME; done
    source $HOME/.bashrc

Obtaining and installing DAMASK

  • make sure you sign up for an account at magit1.mpie.de
  • clone the current DAMASK repository
    git clone ssh://magit1.mpie.de/DAMASK $CMM/DAMASK/$USER
  • configure DAMASK according to the standard setup
    cp $CMM/DAMASK/pe/CONFIG $CMM/DAMASK/$USER
  • compile DAMASK
    DAMASK_root
    make clean spectral
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2 Comments Add yours

  1. chenzhang8722 says:

    Due to the various machines available at HPCC, it is recommended to compile you DAMASK on a relatively older machine/server. This will ensure that your jobs can run on all servers without running into “illegal instruction error” due to compatibility issue.

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  2. chenzhang8722 says:

    For all CMM users on HPCC, the default compiler is set to Intel-16.3 and the stable PETSc is linked to /mnt/research/CMM/opt/petsc/3.6.3–Intel-16.3, which is compiled on node “dev-intel14”.

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