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Longer parallel example?

Post by suhovecky » Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:11 pm

I'm trying to test my OpenSeesMP setup on our cluster. The only example (4.1) that looks multithreaded in the OpenSees EXAMPLES
directory runs for all of 6 seconds. It may only use two threads. Does anyone have a slight more demanding, self-contained Tcl script
that I can test with?

Thanks,

Mark
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Re: Longer parallel example?

Post by fmk » Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:51 pm

with example6.1.tcl you could just change the number nx and ny to something larger

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