There is a newer version of hwlocThe 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.
Accessing hwloc 1.11.11-GCCcore-8.2.0
To load the module for hwloc 1.11.11-GCCcore-8.2.0 please use this command on the BEAR systems (BlueBEAR, BEARCloud VMs, and CaStLeS VMs):
module load hwloc/1.11.11-GCCcore-8.2.0
BEAR Apps Version
EL8-cascadelake — EL8-haswell — Ubuntu20.04-haswell
The listed architectures consist of two part: OS-CPU.
- BlueBEAR: The OS used on BlueBEAR is represented by EL and there are several different processor (CPU) types available on BlueBEAR. More information about the processor types on BlueBEAR is available on the BlueBEAR Job Submission page.
- BEAR and CaStLeS Cloud VMs: These VMs can have one of two OSes. Those with access to a BEAR Cloud or CaStLeS VM should check that the listed architectures for an application include the OS of VM being used. The VMs, irrespective of OS, will use the haswell CPU type.
For more information visit the hwloc website.
This version of hwloc has a direct dependency on: GCCcore/8.2.0 libpciaccess/0.14-GCCcore-8.2.0 libxml2/2.9.8-GCCcore-8.2.0 numactl/2.0.12-GCCcore-8.2.0
This version of hwloc is a direct dependent of: OpenMPI/3.1.6-gcccuda-2019a OpenMPI/3.1.6-GCC-8.2.0-2.31.1 OpenMPI/3.1.6-iccifort-2019.1.144-GCC-8.2.0-2.31.1
These versions of hwloc are available on the BEAR systems (BlueBEAR, BEARCloud VMs, and CaStLeS VMs). These will be retained in accordance with our Applications Support and Retention Policy.
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Last modified on 5th July 2019