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# -*- coding: utf-8; mode: tcl; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- vim:fenc=utf-8:ft=tcl:et:sw=4:ts=4:sts=4
PortSystem 1.0
PortGroup mpi 1.0
name feast
version 3.0
revision 1
categories science
platforms darwin
maintainers {dstrubbe @dstrubbe}
license BSD
description A free high-performance numerical library for solving Hermitian and non-Hermitian eigenvalue problems
long_description The FEAST eigensolver package is a free high-performance numerical library for solving Hermitian \
and non-Hermitian eigenvalue problems, and obtaining all the eigenvalues and (right/left) eigenvectors within a given \
search interval or arbitrary domain in the complex plane. Its originality lies with a new transformative numerical \
approach to the traditional eigenvalue algorithm design - the FEAST algorithm. The algorithm takes its inspiration from \
the density-matrix representation and contour integration technique in quantum mechanics. It contains elements from \
complex analysis, numerical linear algebra and approximation theory, and it can be defined as an optimal subspace \
iteration method using approximate spectral projectors. FEAST's main building block is a numerical quadrature \
computation consisting of solving independent linear systems along a complex contour, each with multiple right-hand \
sides. A Rayleigh-Ritz procedure is then used to generate a reduced dense eigenvalue problem orders of magnitude \
smaller than the original one. The FEAST eigensolver combines simplicity and efficiency and it offers many important \
capabilities for achieving high performance, robustness, accuracy, and scalability on parallel architectures.
homepage http://www.feast-solver.org
# note: below will have to be updated for a new version
master_sites http://www.ecs.umass.edu/~polizzi/feast/m3-0/
extract.suffix .tgz
distname ${name}_${version}
checksums rmd160 f2b271569cb22fc8897485394339e545c0d9518a \
sha1 d7f6f350c275bb36bbea43882f0a7079083cc53d
use_configure no
worksrcdir FEAST/${version}/src
compilers.choose cc fc
# g95 does not support OpenMP
mpi.setup default require_fortran -g95
configure.optflags -O3
use_parallel_build yes
# only for tests
# also openblas or atlas. Use vecLibFort since it is quickest to install.
depends_lib-append port:vecLibFort
# needed for clang or llvm, only for tests in fact, but very quick to install
if {![gcc_variant_isset]} {
depends_lib-append port:libomp
}
post-extract {
# allow user or developer to inspect working directory!
system -W ${worksrcpath}/../.. "chmod -R a+rX ."
# remove unwisely distributed binary libs, which get in the way
delete file ${worksrcpath}/../lib/x64
}
build.target all
pre-build {
if {[mpi_variant_isset]} {
build.args-append LIBNAME=pfeast MPI=${mpi.fc}
} else {
build.args-append LIBNAME=feast
}
configure.fcflags-append -ffree-line-length-none -ffixed-line-length-none -fopenmp -cpp
# they say option 2 only works with ifort. compiles and links fine with gcc5, but segfaults in tests
build.args-append OPTION=1 CC=${configure.cc} CFLAGS="${configure.cflags}" F90=${configure.fc} \
F90FLAGS="${configure.fcflags}" FFLAGS="${configure.fcflags}"
# LIB is reused with different incompatible meaning in example directory???
reinplace -W ${worksrcpath} "s/LIB/LIBNAME/g" Makefile
#banded/spike-smp/zspike_smp.f90:1078:16: Error: !$OMP PARALLEL DO iteration variable present on clause other than PRIVATE or LASTPRIVATE at (1)
# patch to fix this error in OpenMP usage.
reinplace -W ${worksrcpath} "s/\!\$omp parallel do firstprivate(t1,t2,i/\!\$omp parallel do private(i) firstprivate(t1,t2/g" banded/spike-smp/dspike_smp.f90
reinplace -W ${worksrcpath} "s/\!\$omp parallel do firstprivate(t1,t2,i/\!\$omp parallel do private(i) firstprivate(t1,t2/g" banded/spike-smp/zspike_smp.f90
reinplace -W ${worksrcpath} "s/\!\$omp parallel do firstprivate(t1,t2,i/\!\$omp parallel do private(i) firstprivate(t1,t2/g" banded/spike-smp/cspike_smp.f90
reinplace -W ${worksrcpath} "s/\!\$omp parallel do firstprivate(t1,t2,i/\!\$omp parallel do private(i) firstprivate(t1,t2/g" banded/spike-smp/sspike_smp.f90
}
# OPTION 1, +mpich or +openmpi: all sbev(x) C/F, serial/MPI (8 total) hang, no segfaults
# These are probably related to the need to patch the spike files about OpenMP, since they are banded.
# +gfortran -mpich +clang37 everything passes.
# +gfortran +mpich clang[Apple LLVM version 6.1.0 (clang-602.0.53) (based on LLVM 3.6.0svn)] serial sbev's hang
# +gfortran +mpich +clang37 serial sbev's hang.
test.run yes
# '-k' means keep going, so one failure does not stop the whole process
test.target -k rall-nosparse
# why is this needlessly different from src dir?
# you don't use CFLAGS in linking in example??
# 'rall' target uselessly repeats 'all' target
pre-test {
set libblas "-lvecLibFort"
if {[gcc_variant_isset]} {
set libomp "-lgomp"
} else {
# clang
set libomp "${prefix}/lib/libomp/libomp.dylib"
}
if {[mpi_variant_isset]} {
if {[mpi_variant_name] eq "mpich" || [mpi_variant_name] eq "mpich-devel"} {
set mpiflib "-lmpifort"
} else {
set mpiflib "-lmpi_mpifh ${compilers.libfortran}"
}
test.target-append rallMPI-nosparse
test.args-append PCC=${mpi.cc} PFORT=${mpi.f90}
} else {
set mpiflib "${compilers.libfortran}"
}
test.args-append CC=${configure.cc} CFLAGS="${configure.cflags}" \
F90=${configure.fc} F90FLAGS="${configure.fcflags}" \
FORT=${configure.fc} FFLAGS="${configure.fcflags}" \
FLIBS="${libblas} ${libomp}" CLIBS="${libblas} ${libomp} ${mpiflib}"
worksrcdir ${worksrcdir}/../example
# scripitize this
# why no targets provided for MPI tests? shouldn't MPI by executed with ${mpi.exec} -n .. ?
# call it 'make test' or 'make check'
# must exclude pardiso (required for sparse). This is not distributable software. http://www.pardiso-project.org/
system -W ${worksrcpath} "echo 'rallC-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/C/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/C/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall\nrallF-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/Fortran/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/Fortran/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall\nrall-nosparse: rallF-nosparse rallC-nosparse' >> Makefile"
system -W ${worksrcpath} "echo 'rallCMPI-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/C-MPI/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/C-MPI/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall\nrallFMPI-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/Fortran-MPI/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/Fortran-MPI/1_dense && make myrall; cd ../2_banded && make myrall\nrallMPI-nosparse: rallFMPI-nosparse rallCMPI-nosparse' >> Makefile"
system -W ${worksrcpath} "echo 'allC-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/C/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/C/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all\nallF-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/Fortran/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/Fortran/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all\nall-nosparse: allF-nosparse allC-nosparse' >> Makefile"
system -W ${worksrcpath} "echo 'allCMPI-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/C-MPI/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/C-MPI/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all\nallFMPI-nosparse:\n\tcd ./Hermitian/Fortran-MPI/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all; cd ../../../Non-Hermitian/Fortran-MPI/1_dense && make all; cd ../2_banded && make all\nallMPI-nosparse: allFMPI-nosparse allCMPI-nosparse' >> Makefile"
# Fortran-MPI examples lack 'rall' target...
# can add MPI this way too.
# kill a test if it hangs, so the testsuite can proceed
system -W ${worksrcpath} "echo 'myrall: examples\n\t ulimit -t 200 && for file in \$(EXAMPLES); do echo; echo; echo Running \$\$file; ./\$\$file; echo Ran \$\$file in \$\$PWD; done' >> make.inc"
}
post-test {
ui_notice "Examine log file for test results."
}
destroot {
file mkdir ${destroot}${prefix}/share/doc/feast
xinstall ${worksrcpath}/../doc/feast.pdf ${destroot}${prefix}/share/doc/feast
xinstall {*}[glob ${worksrcpath}/../include/*] ${destroot}${prefix}/include/
xinstall {*}[glob ${worksrcpath}/../lib/x64/*] ${destroot}${prefix}/lib/
}
notes {
Users should fill out the short anonymous questionnaire, providing guidance for the FEAST project to better serve the scientific community:
http://www.ecs.umass.edu/~polizzi/feast/registration.htm
}
livecheck.type regex
livecheck.url http://www.ecs.umass.edu/~polizzi/feast/
livecheck.regex FEAST version v(\[0-9.\]+) release