Commit df0b800d authored by Shane Snyder's avatar Shane Snyder

add cray regression test scripts (for alcf)

parent adbdab59
#!/bin/bash
nprocs=$DARSHAN_DEFAULT_NPROCS
nnodes=$COBALT_PARTSIZE
ppn=$((nprocs / nnodes))
aprun -n $nprocs -N $ppn $@
EXIT_STATUS=$?
exit $EXIT_STATUS
#!/bin/bash
# General notes
#######################
# Script to set up the environment for tests on this platform. Must export
# the following environment variables:
#
# DARSHAN_CC: command to compile C programs
# DARSHAN_CXX: command to compile C++ programs
# DARSHAN_F90: command to compile Fortran90 programs
# DARSHAN_F77: command to compile Fortran77 programs
# DARSHAN_RUNJOB: command to execute a job and wait for its completion
# This script may load optional modules (as in a Cray PE), set LD_PRELOAD
# variables (as in a dynamically linked environment), or generate mpicc
# wrappers (as in a statically linked environment).
# Notes specific to this platform (cray-module-alcf)
########################
# Use Cray's default compiler wrappers and load the module associated with
# this darshan install
#
# RUNJOB is responsible for submitting a cobalt job, waiting for its
# completion, and checking its return status
export DARSHAN_CC=cc
export DARSHAN_CXX=CC
export DARSHAN_F77=ftn
export DARSHAN_F90=ftn
export DARSHAN_RUNJOB="cray-module-alcf/runjob.sh"
module load $DARSHAN_PATH/share/craype-2.x/modulefiles/
#!/bin/bash
# submit job and get job id
jobid=`qsub --env DARSHAN_LOGFILE=$DARSHAN_LOGFILE --env DARSHAN_DEFAULT_NPROCS=$DARSHAN_DEFAULT_NPROCS --proccount $DARSHAN_DEFAULT_NPROCS -A EarlyPerf_theta -t 10 -n 1 --output $DARSHAN_TMP/$$-tmp.out --error $DARSHAN_TMP/$$-tmp.err --debuglog $DARSHAN_TMP/$$-tmp.debuglog $DARSHAN_TESTDIR/$DARSHAN_PLATFORM/cobalt-submit.sh "$@"`
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo "Error: failed to qsub $@"
exit 1
fi
output="foo"
rc=0
# loop as long as qstat succeeds and shows information about job
while [ -n "$output" -a "$rc" -eq 0 ]; do
sleep 5
output=`qstat $jobid`
rc=$?
done
# look for return code
grep "exit code of 0" $DARSHAN_TMP/$$-tmp.debuglog >& /dev/null
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
# sleep to give time for exit code line to appear in log file
sleep 5
grep "exit code of 0" $DARSHAN_TMP/$$-tmp.debuglog >& /dev/null
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
exit 1
else
exit 0
fi
else
exit 0
fi
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