On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 10:28 PM, habib rahbari via lammps-users
> Dear Developers,
> I am running a granular frictionless short range repulsion simulation:
> pair_style gran/hooke 1 0 1 0 0 0
> pair_coeff * *
> We have installed LAMMPS GPU on our CUDA cluster which is:
> GPU : Nvidia Tesla m2050 (1.15 GHz, 448) * 4EA
> Each machine has 4 cores, so I need to use MPI to get the full machine:
> # Set parallel environment (pe) to OpenMPI (opmi) and number of cores
> #$ -pe gpu_openmpi 4
> and then I use the following command to run the code:
> /home/program/lammps/lmp_gpu -sf gpu -pk gpu 1 -in in.file
this is a pointless enterprise. there currently is no GPU acceleration
for any granular pair style in LAMMPS. your gpu suffix flag has no
> However, I get the following error:
> /home/program/lammps/lmp_gpu: symbol lookup error:
> /opt/intel//impi/5.0.1.035/intel64/lib/libmpifort.so.12: undefined symbol:
> Is this because pair_style gran/hooke apparently has no GPU speed up?
no. this looks like you have an incompatible version of the _intel_
(!!) mpi runtime library in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment, that
differs from the version your executable was compiled with. this
conflicts with your claim, that you were using OpenMPI.
> Or it is the installation problem on GPU?
it is a compilation/installation problem.
> I see in the net that people have already used GPU for granular simulations,
but they must have used a different software or not shared their
implementation with the LAMMPS developers.
whatever is written "somewhere in the internet" is irrelevant here.
what matters is what the LAMMPS manual says: whatever is not mentioned
is not there; no feature is added to LAMMPS without documenting it.
> but style hooke has no explicit GPU extension.
> In advance, I appreciate your kind help!
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College of Science & Technology, Temple University, Philadelphia PA, USA
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste. Italy.