The registration to this course will open in March. Please, bring your own laptop. All the PATC courses at BSC are free of charge.
Course convener: Filippo Mantovani
Objectives: Get a comprehensive view of the architecture of the heterogeneous ARM-based prototypes at BSC (ARM multicore cluster and ARM+ GPU cluster) and how to program these systems efficiently.
Learning Outcomes: Understand how ARM multicore and ARM+GPU clusters work. Work with some example codes, compiling, debugging and executing trough system queues.
Get a global view of the machines with their specific configuration (Operating system, batch system, debuggers, compilers, how to access to the machines, how to use the resources, etc)
Target Group: Standard HPC users, some knowledge of multicore and GPU-accelerated systems is desirable, but not required.
Level: INTERMEDIATE: for participants with some theoretical and practical knowledge (All courses are designed for specialists with at least 1st cycle degree)
Requirements: Standard HPC users, with some knowledge in ARM CPU/GPU architecture (recommended, but not required).
Day 1 / 9:30am - 5:30pm: (3h lectures with 5 min breaks on the hour)
Session 1 (2h):
- The Mont-Blanc Project
- ARM based machines: Architecture Overview
Session 2 (1h + 1h hands-on):
- Using ARM based machines (How to get access, Job Execution, Support) (1:30h)
- Lunch Break (13:00 to 14:00)
Session 3 (1h + 1h hands-on ):
Developing application (GNU tool chain, examples, etc…), performance evaluation and power monitoring of ARM based systems for scientific computing
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