[Developers] Cactus/2078: specify the number of processors required to run a testsuite

Erik Schnetter schnetter at cct.lsu.edu
Tue Jan 16 08:55:50 CST 2007

On Jan 16, 2007, at 06:43:56, tradke at aei.mpg.de wrote:

>> Number:         2078
>> Notify-List:
>> Category:       Cactus
>> Synopsis:       specify the number of processors required to run a  
>> testsuite
>> Confidential:   no
>> Severity:       critical
>> Priority:       high
>> Responsible:    goodale
>> State:          open
>> Class:          feature-request
>> Submitter-Id:   user
>> Arrival-Date:   Tue Jan 16 06:43:56 -0600 2007
>> Originator:     Thomas Radke
>> Release:
>> Organization:
>> Environment:
>> Description:
> Some testsuites are known to work only on a single processor,  
> others generate output files which format depends on the number of  
> processors used to create them.
> The attached patch extends the existing testsuite mechanism in such  
> a way that thorn developers can now specify the number of  
> processors required to run all testsuites or a specifiy one  
> successfully using the NPROCS option in a test.ccl - similar to  
> using RELTOL and ABSTOL to set the tolerances for testsuites.
>> How-To-Repeat:
>> Fix:
>> Unformatted:

That is a good idea.  I second this patch.


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