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# IT4Innovations 2021
# LK
name = 'NVHPC'
version = '20.11'
homepage = 'https://developer.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk/'
description = """C, C++ and Fortran compilers included with the NVIDIA HPC SDK (previously: PGI)"""
toolchain = SYSTEM
# By downloading, you accept the HPC SDK Software License Agreement (https://docs.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk/eula/index.html)
accept_eula = True
source_urls = ['https://developer.download.nvidia.com/hpc-sdk/%(version)s/']
local_tarball_tmpl = 'nvhpc_2020_%%(version_major)s%%(version_minor)s_Linux_%s_cuda_multi.tar.gz'
sources = [local_tarball_tmpl % '%(arch)s']
checksums = [
{
local_tarball_tmpl % 'x86_64':
'c80fc26e5ba586696f7030f03054c1aaca0752a891c7923faf47eb23b66857ec',
local_tarball_tmpl % 'ppc64le':
'99e5a5437e82f3914e0fe81feb761a5b599a3fe8b31f3c2cac8ae47e8cdc7b0f'
}
]
local_gccver = '9.3.0'
dependencies = [
('GCCcore', local_gccver),
('binutils', '2.34', '', ('GCCcore', local_gccver)),
# This is necessary to avoid cases where just libnuma.so.1 is present in the system and -lnuma fails
('numactl', '2.0.13', '', ('GCCcore', local_gccver))
]
# specify default CUDA version that should be used by NVHPC
# should match one of the CUDA versions that are included with this NVHPC version
# (see install_components/Linux_x86_64/20.7/cuda/)
# for NVHPC 20.7, those are: 11.0, 10.2, 10.1;
# this version can be tweaked from the EasyBuild command line with
# --try-amend=default_cuda_version="10.2" (for example)
default_cuda_version = '11.0'
# NVHPC EasyBlock supports some features, which can be set via CLI or this easyconfig.
# The following list gives examples for the easyconfig
#
# NVHPC needs CUDA to work. Two options are available: 1) Use NVHPC-bundled CUDA, 2) use system CUDA
# 1) Bundled CUDA
# If no easybuild dependency to CUDA is present, the bundled CUDA is taken. A version needs to be specified with
# default_cuda_version = "11.0"
# in this easyconfig file; alternatively, it can be specified through the command line during installation with
# --try-amend=default_cuda_version="10.2"
# 2) CUDA provided via EasyBuild
# Use CUDAcore as a dependency, for example
# dependencies = [('CUDAcore', '11.0.2')]
# The parameter default_cuda_version still can be set as above.
# If not set, it will be deduced from the CUDA module (via $EBVERSIONCUDA)
#
# Define a NVHPC-default Compute Capability
# cuda_compute_capabilities = "8.0"
# Can also be specified on the EasyBuild command line via --cuda-compute-capabilities=8.0
# Only single values supported, not lists of values!
#
# Options to add/remove things to/from environment module (defaults shown)
# module_byo_compilers = False # Remove compilers from PATH (Bring-your-own compilers)
# module_nvhpc_own_mpi = False # Add NVHPC's own pre-compiled OpenMPI
# module_add_math_libs = False # Add NVHPC's math libraries (which should be there from CUDA anyway)
# module_add_profilers = False # Add NVHPC's NVIDIA Profilers
# module_add_nccl = False # Add NVHPC's NCCL library
# module_add_nvshmem = False # Add NVHPC's NVSHMEM library
# module_add_cuda = False # Add NVHPC's bundled CUDA
# this bundle serves as a compiler-only toolchain, so it should be marked as compiler (important for HMNS)
moduleclass = 'compiler'
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