Commit d9bf97ab authored by Philip Carns's avatar Philip Carns
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jlse -> summit

parent 723b8f08
...@@ -61,8 +61,8 @@ that can be added to spack with the `spack repo add` command: ...@@ -61,8 +61,8 @@ that can be added to spack with the `spack repo add` command:
[robl@login1]~% cd ~/bootcamp [robl@login1]~% cd ~/bootcamp
[robl@login1]~/bootcamp% git clone https://xgitlab.cels.anl.gov/sds/sds-repo.git [robl@login1]~/bootcamp% git clone https://xgitlab.cels.anl.gov/sds/sds-repo.git
... ...
robl@login1]~/bootcamp/sds-repo% spack repo add sds-repo [robl@login1]~/bootcamp% spack repo add sds-repo
[carns@jlselogin2 bootcamp]$ [robl@login1]~/bootcamp%
==> Added repo with namespace 'sds'. ==> Added repo with namespace 'sds'.
``` ```
## Customizing Spack for ORNL/Summit environment ## Customizing Spack for ORNL/Summit environment
...@@ -73,8 +73,9 @@ is time consuming. At this point we will install a `packages.yaml` file ...@@ -73,8 +73,9 @@ is time consuming. At this point we will install a `packages.yaml` file
that customizes Spack by informing it of system packages that it should that customizes Spack by informing it of system packages that it should
reuse, and specifies a subset of network transports to use for Mochi. reuse, and specifies a subset of network transports to use for Mochi.
We have provided a pre-configured `packages.yaml` file for this purpose in We have provided a pre-configured `packages.yaml` file for this purpose
the JLSE environment. It primarily does the following: that is already tailored to the Summit environment. It primarily does
the following:
* informs Spack to use already available software for certain common system * informs Spack to use already available software for certain common system
packages (Spack by default will build these packages itself) packages (Spack by default will build these packages itself)
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