Leadership computing facilities from Argonne to Zurich rely Allinea Software's development tools to break through problems at all scales – from 64 cores to 700,000.
Allinea DDT helps scientists find an “impossible” bug that showed up at over 16,000 cores at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility.
A plasma physics simulation that had previously run successfully crashes at over 16,000 cores on the IBM Blue Gene/Q system.
Run Allinea DDT in offline mode over the weekend and come back to find a report that pinpoints the problem.
In the race to build the world’s fastest supercomputer, researchers need the best tools they can find. That’s why developers at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) are working with Allinea DDT.
As researchers scale up their code to work on the colossal OLCF machines, traditional debugging methods, such as printfs, are too time-consuming to be feasible.
Allinea DDT, which can quickly find problems, even on code running on more than 200,000 cores.
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