[vtk-developers] heads up - dash1win7 coming online
David E DeMarle
dave.demarle at kitware.com
Fri Sep 27 14:32:42 EDT 2013
Ah I see, I guess vtkRenderingParallel isn't necessarily in GROUP_MPI.
Turned on vtkRenderingParallel on amber10 vtk nightly. We'll see how it
Thanks for pointing out the gap.
David E DeMarle
21 Corporate Drive
Clifton Park, NY 12065-8662
On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 2:28 PM, burlen <burlen.loring at gmail.com> wrote:
> Awesome Thanks for adding it to your new system!!
> OK, I see the run you're talking about, but it's running the nightly
> "Release Branch". That run doesn't have VTK_BUILD_ALL_MODULES, and as a
> result parallel code doesn't get good coverage there. eg many line like the
> following in the configure output
> -- Disable test module vtkFiltersParallel-Test-Cxx since required modules are not enabled: vtkRenderingParallel
> The amber 10 "Nightly Expected" doesn't seem to be configured with MPI, at
> least I'm not seeing any "Found MPI_C/Found MPI_CXX" in configure output
> and also no "VTK_BUILD_ALL_MODULES".
> At any rate your system should help.
> On 09/27/2013 10:34 AM, David E DeMarle wrote:
> Amber10 has win+mpi
> from VTK/Testing/Core/vtk_submitter_summary.py:
> Mac10.7.5-clang-release-x86_64-nightly_master', 'zom.kitware
> Debian-g++-4.7-ATI', 'karego-at.kitware Ubu
> ntu-Coverage', 'londinium.kitware Arch-GCC-4.8-x86_64-debug',
> 'kamino.kitware Mac10.7.5-gcc-release-x86_64-nightly_master',
> 'kargad.kitware MacLion-Cont
> inuous', 'bubbles.hooperlab Fedora-18-MesaDevel_DRI-x86_64',
> 'londinium.kitware Arch-GCC-4.8-x86_64-release', 'bubbles.hooperlab
> x86_64', 'hythloth.kitware Linux-gcc', 'karego-at.kitware
> Ubuntu-Continuous', 'bubbles.hooperlab Fedora-18-Mesa-9.1.5_DRI-x86_64',
> 'bubbles.hooperlab Fe
> dora-18_OSMesaDevel-x86_64', 'amber10.kitware Win64-VS10', 'kargad.kitware
> MacLion-VTKAccelerators', 'londinium.kitware Arch-Clang-3.2-x86_64-debug',
> arego-at.kitware Ubuntu-vtkpiston', 'murron.hobbs-hancock
> Fedora-18_OSMesaDevel-x86_64', 'murron.hobbs-hancock
> But your point is well taken, I'll see about putting and MPI on
> dash1win7 too.
> I didn't know that openMPI and MPICH dropped Windows support. Bummer.
> David E DeMarle
> Kitware, Inc.
> R&D Engineer
> 21 Corporate Drive
> Clifton Park, NY 12065-8662
> Phone: 518-881-4909
> On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 12:14 PM, burlen <burlen.loring at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Dave,
>> I think that there is a gap in the VTK dash coverage for Windows builds
>> with MS MPI. Maybe other Win+MPI builds are missing as well, however since
>> both MPICH and Open MPI have dropped support for Windows, I think MS MPI is
>> currently the important one. Perhaps this system could cover this? Maybe
>> some other system?
>> On 09/27/2013 07:17 AM, David E DeMarle wrote:
>> I'm going to promote dash1win7-nightly-static and
>> dash1win7-nightly-shared to the expected section of the dashboard.
>> It is a more recent machine that the other windows submitters. More
>> importantly it increases coverage at these test space points:
>> * an msvc 2012 submitter (mug.neocisinc is the only other),
>> * one of the few static library testers (zom and dash3 are the others)
>> * the only static=ON + python=ON combination.
>> That last point is probably why it shows 30 compilation warnings. I'll
>> try to get to those soon to keep the background noise down.
>> I _tried_ briefly to turn JAVA on as well, since we have no win +
>> java=ON coverage, but doing so made cmake choke (wouldn't produce a valid
>> VS solution). I'll get back to that eventually.
>> David E DeMarle
>> Kitware, Inc.
>> R&D Engineer
>> 21 Corporate Drive
>> Clifton Park, NY 12065-8662
>> Phone: 518-881-4909
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