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11-07-2015
12:58 AM

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Cluster Sparse Solver(cpardiso) reordering problem

Hello.

I tried to solve a large linear equation (1,000,000 x 1,000,000 / bandwidth = 100 or 1000) with cpardiso.

( the matrix type is real and symmetric indefinite. )

I have some problems about reordering time and memory.

CPARDISO's reordering phase is compare to slower than the other phase. So I checked event time using Traceanalyzer.

CPARDISO used only one process(rank 0) for reordering and Rank 0 collected information on the divided A matrix on each process.

As a result, When I solved the bandwidth 1,000 equation, It occurred insufficient memory error. (※bandwidth 100 equation was resolved)

Should CPARDISO do the reordering and collect the A matrix in only rank 0 ?

Does rank 0 must have a lot of memory to solve a large system?

How to solve this problem ?

The version of MKL is mkl 11.3, which was bundled with parallel studio xe 2016 cluster edition.

This is the setting for cpardiso

iparm[ 0] = 1;

iparm[ 1] = 0; (I also tried iparm[1]= 2 and 3)

iparm[ 5] = 0;

iparm[ 7] = 0;

iparm[ 9] = 8;

iparm[10] = 0;

iparm[12] = 0;

iparm[17] = 0;

iparm[18] = 0;

iparm[20] = 1;

iparm[26] = 0;

iparm[27] = 0;

iparm[34] = 1;

iparm[39] = input_value[1];

iparm[40] = input_value[2];

iparm[41] = input_value[3];

I used 4 nodes that are connected InfiniBand and Each node have 32 GB RAM.

Thanks.

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11-21-2015
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