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Scalability with SAGA, Ganga, DIANE through WLCG, TeraGrid and FutureGrid (Cloud) resources

Milestone: talk and demonstration at EGEE User Forum, beginning of April 2010

Planning

Work plan to be completed by March 8th 10am C (=5pm CET)

  1. ALL: get access to TeraGrid and FutureGrid (Cloud) resources
    • Kuba: Ranger, Kraken
  2. KUBA: test of openMP application on TeraGrid
    • testing on these machines
    • testing connectivity (diane workers)
  3. OLE: improvement the GangaSAGA plugin (file handling + monitoring)
    • testing of GRAM access to all the machines in TG

Then define application level metrics and design and conduct the experiments.

Application

LQCD 2010 application is a natural continuation of 2008 simulations and links with it in the scope of theoretical physics research.

It requires openMP and at CERN has been compiled with Intel Fortran Compiler version 11.

Code: /afs/cern.ch/sw/arda/install/su3/2010/su3

Tarfile available for download (with precompiled executable and ganga helper scritps for local batch submission): wget http://cern.ch/diane/lqcd_2010/su3_RHMC_Nt6_omp.tgz

Compilation instructions on lxplus: README_lxplus

Timing tests (conducted by the user, PhdF):

46490.739u 914.793s 35:05.14 2251.8%    NCPU=32
25441.683u 368.346s 36:06.08 1191.5%    NCPU=16
20342.263u 147.546s 51:12.31 666.9%     NCPU=8
12567.237u 79.296s 1:00:01.40 351.1%    NCPU=4
7688.528u 26.305s 1:09:12.17 185.8%     NCPU=2
7840.101u 0.416s 2:10:41.77 99.9%       NCPU=1

Timing tests in TG:

OMP_THREAD_NUM queenbee abe
1 90m15s 97m4s
2 54m57s 61m38s
4 49m33s 50m29s
8 51m16s 50m11s

Using GangaSAGA

The latest 1.4.1 release of SAGA is deployed in:

/afs/cern.ch/sw/ganga/external/SAGA/1.4.1/

and will be automatically sourced by env.sh script below.

> cd /afs/cern.ch/sw/arda/install/TeraGrid
> ./myproxy-logon #you may use a different user name here
> source env.sh
> ganga

More info how to submit jobs here: http://faust.cct.lsu.edu/trac/saga/wiki/Applications/GangaSAGA

List of GRAM services in TeraGrid: https://www.teragrid.org/web/user-support/gram

TeraGrid tests

Web resources:

Interactive access from lxplus (SLC4)

>ssh lxplus4
> cd /afs/cern.ch/sw/arda/install/TeraGrid
> ./myproxy-logon #you may use a different user name here
Enter MyProxy pass phrase:
A credential has been received for user jmoscick in /tmp/x509up_u979.

QueenBee

> gsissh login1-qb.loni-lsu.teragrid.org

[jmoscick@qb1 ~]$ qsub -l nodes=1:ppn=8 test.sh
212566.qb2

Note: QueenBee supports allocation of entire nodes only (ppn=8 always)

Abe

System information: http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/UserInfo/Resources/Hardware/Intel64Cluster/Doc/Jobs.html#PBS

I installed ganga 5.5.0, PBS hello world jobs run fine.

Compiled the app in ~/su3. It looks like there are no limits for stacksize in the system. Here is my application wrapper:

[jmoscick@honest3 ~/su3]$ cat run_su3.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash

#increase stack size if needed
#ulimit -s 50000
ulimit -a
export OMP_NUM_THREADS=$1
./hmc_su3_omp < $2

Here is a small utility to submit test jobs:

In [100]:execfile("su3.py")
usage:
su3submit(OMP_THREADS_NUM)
su3test()
su3show(j)

In [101]:su3show(jobs(10))
Out[101]: job 10: elapsed time: 1:09:30.595613 for 2 OMP threads

In [102]:su3show(jobs(11))
Out[102]: job 11: elapsed time: 1:09:30.600562 for 4 OMP threads

In [103]:su3show(jobs(12))
Out[103]: job 12: elapsed time: 1:09:30.606223 for 8 OMP threads

-- JakubMoscicki - 08-Feb-2010

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