How to use RSPt


To display info on which environment variables are set when loading the module, use

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ml show rspt/20230120-cpeGNU-22.06

To load the RSPt module

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ml rspt/20230120-cpeGNU-22.06

The binaries are found in the $EBROOTRSPT/bin directory.

Examples and tests are provided in $EBROOTRSPT/testsuite.

Running on the Batch system

Sample job script

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

# Set the allocation to be charged for this job
# not required if you have set a default allocation
#SBATCH -A <project name>

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

# partition
#SBATCH -p main

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

# Number of nodes

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

# Number of MPI processes
#SBATCH -n 256

ml PDC/22.06
ml rspt/20230120-cpeGNU-22.06

echo "Script initiated at `date` on `hostname`"

runs "srun -n 256 rspt" 1e-09 100

echo "Script finished at `date` on `hostname`"

For information on how to submit jobs on Dardel, see Queueing jobs.


PDC takes no responsibility for the correctness of results produced with the binaries. Always evaluate the binaries against known results for the systems and properties you are investigating before using the binaries for production jobs.

How to build RSPt