Commit b537187d authored by Philip Carns's avatar Philip Carns

update documentation to include Cray PE 1.x and 2.x instructions


git-svn-id: https://svn.mcs.anl.gov/repos/darshan/trunk@853 3b7491f3-a168-0410-bf4b-c445ed680a29
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......@@ -309,29 +309,38 @@ Note that Darshan is not currently capable of detecting the stripe size
If a Lustre file system is detected, then Darshan assumes an optimal
file alignment of 1 MiB.
==== Enabling Darshan instrumentation with Cray Programming Environment
(craype) 1.x
==== Enabling Darshan instrumentation
Darshan will automatically install an example software module file in the
following location (depending on how you specified the --prefix option in
Darshan will automatically install example software module files in the
following locations (depending on how you specified the --prefix option in
the previous section):
----
/soft/darshan-2.2.3/share/craype-1.x/modulefiles/darshan
/soft/darshan-2.2.3/share/craype-2.x/modulefiles/darshan
----
This file must be modified before it is used, however. Please see the
comments at the end of the file and choose an environment variable method
that is appropriate for your system. If this is not done, then the
compiler may fail to link some applications when the Darshan module is
loaded.
Select the one that is appropriate for your Cray programming environment
(see the version number of the craype module in `module list`).
The updated module file can then be copied to a system location, or the
If you are using the Cray Programming Environment version 1.x, then you
must modify the corresponding modulefile before using it. Please see
the comments at the end of the file and choose an environment variable
method that is appropriate for your system. If this is not done, then
the compiler may fail to link some applications when the Darshan module
is loaded.
If you are using the Cray Programming Environment version 2.x then you can
likely use the modulefile as is. Note that it pulls most of its
configuration from the lib/pkgconfig/darshan-runtime.pc file installed with
Darshan.
The modulefile that you select can be copied to a system location, or the
install location can be added to your local module path with the following
command:
----
module use /soft/darshan-2.2.3/share/craype-1.x/modulefiles
module use /soft/darshan-2.2.3/share/craype-<VERSION>/modulefiles
----
From this point, Darshan instrumenation can be enabled for all future
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