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Load a specific ''ZebulonVersion'' to setup your environment to run Zébulon:
 
Load a specific ''ZebulonVersion'' to setup your environment to run Zébulon:
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ml ''ZebulonVersion''
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'''Terra Instructions''':
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List the versions of Zébulon installed:
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ml spider Zebulon
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Finally, load ''NWChemversion'' to setup your environment to run Zébulon:
 
   
 
   
 
  ml ''ZebulonVersion''
 
  ml ''ZebulonVersion''
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  #SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=48            # Requests 48 cores per node
 
  #SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=48            # Requests 48 cores per node
 
  #SBATCH --mem=360G                      # Requests 360GB of memory per node
 
  #SBATCH --mem=360G                      # Requests 360GB of memory per node
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#SBATCH --error=ZebulonJob.job.e%J      # Sends stderr to ZebulonJob.job.e[jobID]
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#SBATCH --output=ZebulonJob.job.o%J    # Sends stdout to ZebulonJob.job.o[jobID]<br \>
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ml purge                                                            # purge all module
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ml ZEBULON/z904                                                    # load the modules for ZEBULON/z904
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ml list                                                            # list the modules loaded <br />
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export OMP_NUM_THREADS = $SLURM_NPROCS                              # set OMP_NUM_THREADS to the number of cores requested above<br />
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Zrun -smp $SLURM_NPROCS calcul.inp > calcul.out                    # zrun<br />
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exit                                                                # exit when the job is done <br />
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To submit the job to the queue, use the following command:
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[ NetID@Grace ~]$ '''sbatch ''jobscript'''''
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===Terra Example Job file===
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A multicore (28 cores per node) example: (Updated Jun. 29, 2021)
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#!/bin/bash
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##NECESSARY JOB SPECIFICATIONS
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#SBATCH --job-name=ZebulonJob          # Sets the job name to ZebulonJob
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#SBATCH --time=2:00:00                  # Sets the runtime limit to 2 hr
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#SBATCH --ntasks=28                    # Requests 28 cores
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#SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=28            # Requests 28 cores per node
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#SBATCH --mem=56G                      # Requests 56GB of memory per node
 
  #SBATCH --error=ZebulonJob.job.e%J      # Sends stderr to ZebulonJob.job.e[jobID]
 
  #SBATCH --error=ZebulonJob.job.e%J      # Sends stderr to ZebulonJob.job.e[jobID]
 
  #SBATCH --output=ZebulonJob.job.o%J    # Sends stdout to ZebulonJob.job.o[jobID]<br \>  
 
  #SBATCH --output=ZebulonJob.job.o%J    # Sends stdout to ZebulonJob.job.o[jobID]<br \>  

Latest revision as of 14:51, 29 June 2021

Zébulon

Description

Zébulon is a non-linear finite element solver of the Z-set suite which addresses the whole range of problems arising in structural mechanics. It is jointly developed by École des Mines ParisTech (France), Onera – the French Aerospace Lab, and NW Numerics & Moldeling, Inc (USA). Zebulon may use multi-threading to accelerate material integration and linear system resolution on a single shared memory machine.

For more information, visit the Zébulon Official Website.

The TAMU License for Zébulon is for Academic Research only.

Loading the Zébulon modules

Grace Instructions:

List the versions of Zébulon installed:

mla zebulon

Load a specific ZebulonVersion to setup your environment to run Zébulon:

ml ZebulonVersion

Terra Instructions:

List the versions of Zébulon installed:

ml spider Zebulon

Finally, load NWChemversion to setup your environment to run Zébulon:

ml ZebulonVersion

Grace Example Job file

A multicore (48 cores per node) example: (Updated Jun. 5, 2021)

#!/bin/bash
##NECESSARY JOB SPECIFICATIONS
#SBATCH --job-name=ZebulonJob           # Sets the job name to ZebulonJob
#SBATCH --time=2:00:00                  # Sets the runtime limit to 2 hr
#SBATCH --ntasks=48                     # Requests 48 cores
#SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=48            # Requests 48 cores per node
#SBATCH --mem=360G                      # Requests 360GB of memory per node
#SBATCH --error=ZebulonJob.job.e%J      # Sends stderr to ZebulonJob.job.e[jobID]
#SBATCH --output=ZebulonJob.job.o%J     # Sends stdout to ZebulonJob.job.o[jobID]
ml purge # purge all module ml ZEBULON/z904 # load the modules for ZEBULON/z904 ml list # list the modules loaded
export OMP_NUM_THREADS = $SLURM_NPROCS # set OMP_NUM_THREADS to the number of cores requested above
Zrun -smp $SLURM_NPROCS calcul.inp > calcul.out # zrun
exit # exit when the job is done

To submit the job to the queue, use the following command:

[ NetID@Grace ~]$ sbatch jobscript

Terra Example Job file

A multicore (28 cores per node) example: (Updated Jun. 29, 2021)

#!/bin/bash
##NECESSARY JOB SPECIFICATIONS
#SBATCH --job-name=ZebulonJob           # Sets the job name to ZebulonJob
#SBATCH --time=2:00:00                  # Sets the runtime limit to 2 hr
#SBATCH --ntasks=28                     # Requests 28 cores
#SBATCH --ntasks-per-node=28            # Requests 28 cores per node
#SBATCH --mem=56G                      # Requests 56GB of memory per node
#SBATCH --error=ZebulonJob.job.e%J      # Sends stderr to ZebulonJob.job.e[jobID]
#SBATCH --output=ZebulonJob.job.o%J     # Sends stdout to ZebulonJob.job.o[jobID]
ml purge # purge all module ml ZEBULON/z904 # load the modules for ZEBULON/z904 ml list # list the modules loaded
export OMP_NUM_THREADS = $SLURM_NPROCS # set OMP_NUM_THREADS to the number of cores requested above
Zrun -smp $SLURM_NPROCS calcul.inp > calcul.out # zrun
exit # exit when the job is done

To submit the job to the queue, use the following command:

[ NetID@Grace ~]$ sbatch jobscript