Commit 4af2b71f authored by Lukáš Krupčík's avatar Lukáš Krupčík

new file: h/hwloc/hwloc-2.0.3-GCC-6.3.0-2.27.eb

	new file:   n/numactl/numactl-2.0.12-GCC-6.3.0-2.27.eb
	new file:   o/OpenMPI/OpenMPI-4.0.0-GCC-6.3.0-2.27.eb
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# IT4Innovations 2019
easyblock = 'ConfigureMake'
name = 'hwloc'
version = '2.0.3'
homepage = 'http://www.open-mpi.org/projects/hwloc/'
description = """The Portable Hardware Locality (hwloc) software package provides a portable abstraction
(across OS, versions, architectures, ...) of the hierarchical topology of modern architectures, including
NUMA memory nodes, sockets, shared caches, cores and simultaneous multithreading. It also gathers various
system attributes such as cache and memory information as well as the locality of I/O devices such as
network interfaces, InfiniBand HCAs or GPUs. It primarily aims at helping applications with gathering
information about modern computing hardware so as to exploit it accordingly and efficiently."""
toolchain = {'name': 'GCC', 'version': '6.3.0-2.27'}
source_urls = [
'http://www.open-mpi.org/software/hwloc/v%(version_major_minor)s/downloads/']
sources = [SOURCE_TAR_GZ]
dependencies = [
('numactl', '2.0.12'),
]
configopts = "--enable-libnuma=$EBROOTNUMACTL"
moduleclass = 'system'
# IT4Innovations 2019
easyblock = 'ConfigureMake'
name = 'numactl'
version = '2.0.12'
homepage = 'http://oss.sgi.com/projects/libnuma/'
description = """The numactl program allows you to run your application program on specific cpu's and memory nodes.
It does this by supplying a NUMA memory policy to the operating system before running your program.
The libnuma library provides convenient ways for you to add NUMA memory policies into your own program."""
toolchain = {'name': 'GCC', 'version': '6.3.0-2.27'}
toolchainopts = {'pic': True}
source_urls = ['https://github.com/numactl/numactl/archive/']
sources = ['v2.0.12.tar.gz']
preconfigopts = "./autogen.sh && "
sanity_check_paths = {
'files': [
'bin/numactl',
'bin/numastat',
'lib/libnuma.%s' %
SHLIB_EXT,
'lib/libnuma.a'],
'dirs': [
'share/man',
'include']}
moduleclass = 'tools'
# IT4Innovations 2019
easyblock = 'ConfigureMake'
name = 'OpenMPI'
version = '4.0.0'
homepage = 'http://www.open-mpi.org/'
description = """The Open MPI Project is an open source MPI-2 implementation."""
toolchain = {'name': 'GCC', 'version': '6.3.0-2.27'}
source_urls = ['https://github.com/open-mpi/ompi/archive/']
sources = ['v4.0.0.tar.gz']
builddependencies = [
('Java', '1.8.0_144', '', True)
]
dependencies = [
('hwloc', '2.0.3'),
('zlib', '1.2.11', '', True),
]
# for PBS Pro 13
preconfigopts = 'export LIBS="-ldl" && '
preconfigopts += './autogen.pl && '
configopts = '--enable-shared --enable-mpi-thread-multiple --with-verbs '
# suppress failure modes in relation to mpirun path
configopts += '--enable-mpirun-prefix-by-default '
configopts += '--with-hwloc=$EBROOTHWLOC ' # hwloc support
# configopts += '--disable-dlopen ' # dont disable dlopen!
# https://github.com/open-mpi/ompi/issues/3630
configopts += '--with-tm=/opt/pbs/default ' # Enable PBS
configopts += '--enable-mpi-java ' # Java support RT#4090
configopts += '--enable-mpi-cxx ' # Enable building the C++ MPI bindings
# to enable SLURM integration (site-specific)
# configopts += '--with-slurm --with-pmi=/usr/include/slurm --with-pmi-libdir=/usr'
# needed for --with-verbs
osdependencies = [('libibverbs-dev', 'libibverbs-devel', 'rdma-core-devel')]
libs = ["mpi_mpifh", "mpi", "ompitrace", "open-pal", "open-rte"]
sanity_check_paths = {
'files': [
"bin/%s" %
binfile for binfile in [
"ompi_info", "opal_wrapper", "orterun"]] + [
"lib/lib%s.%s" %
(libfile, SHLIB_EXT) for libfile in libs] + [
"include/%s.h" %
x for x in [
"mpi-ext", "mpif-config", "mpif", "mpi", "mpi_portable_platform"]], 'dirs': [], }
modextravars = {'OMPI_MCA_btl_openib_if_include': 'mlx4_0',
'OMPI_MCA_oob_tcp_if_include': '10.0.0.0/8',
}
moduleclass = 'mpi'
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