How to use CONVERGE


Submitting a CONVERGE job on Dardel

Important note: you need to set “shared_memory_flag” to 0 in your input file “” to make it work on the new SS11 partition

A sample script for running CONVERGE on Dardel called is shown below.

#!/bin/bash -l
# The -l above is required to get the full environment with modules

# Set the allocation to be charged for this job
#SBATCH -A <your allocation>

# The name of the script is myjob
#SBATCH -J my_job

# 10 hours wall-clock time will be given to this job
#SBATCH -t 10:00:00

# Set the partition for your job. 
#SBATCH -p <partition>

# Number of nodes
#SBATCH --nodes=2
# Number of MPI processes per node
#SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=128

#SBATCH -o output.o%J
#SBATCH -e errors.e%J

# Set the RLM license server below
export RLM_LICENSE=<your license server>
# Load the converge module
module load PDC
module load converge/3.0.23

# Run converge super
srun -n 256 converge-mpich super > logfile 2>&1

Note that this script does not include all the arguments that you can supply to CONVERGE, but you can/should add/replace whatever you want. As it is, it will work fine for your simulations if you follow the notation properly. You can submit the job using command on Tegner



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