Big seminar room (HLRS (Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart))
Big seminar room
HLRS (Höchstleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart)
University of Stuttgart, Allmandring 30,
This workshop organized by VI-HPS for the GermanPrace Advanced Training Centre hosted by HLRS will:
give an overview of the VI-HPS programming tools suite
explain the functionality of individual tools, and how to use them effectively
offer hands-on experience and expert assistance using the tools
Presentations and hands-on sessions are planned on the following topics:
Setting up, welcome and introduction
LWM2 lightweight monitoring
Score-P instrumentation and measurement
Scalasca automated trace analysis
Vampir interactive trace analysis
Periscope automated performance analysis
Paraver trace analysis and performance prediction
MAQAO performance analysis & optimization
MUST runtime error detection for MPI
MAP profiling and performance reports
Cray performance analysis tools
A brief overview of the capabilities of these and associated tools is provided in the VI-HPS Tools Guide.
The workshop will be held in English and run from 09:00 to not later than 18:00 each day, with breaks for lunch and refreshments. For participants from public research institutions in PRACE countries, the course fee is sponsored through the PRACE PATC program. All participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation.
Classroom capacity is limited, therefore priority will be given to applicants with parallel codes already running on the workshop computer system (Hornet), and those bringing codes from similar Cray systems to work on. Participants are therefore encouraged to prepare their own MPI, OpenMP and hybrid MPI+OpenMP parallel application codes for analysis.
The local HPC system Hornet is the primary platform for the workshop and will be used for the hands-on exercises. Course accounts will be provided during the workshop to participants without existing accounts. Other systems where up-to-date versions of the tools are installed can also be used when preferred, though support may be limited and participants are expected to already possess user accounts on non-local systems. Regardless of whichever systems they intend to use, participants should be familiar with the relevant procedures for compiling and running their parallel applications (via batch queues where appropriate).