Francesco Pietra wrote:
Forgot to say:
$ uname -a
Linux deb64 2.6.15-1-amd64-k8-smp #2 date
mpqc 2.3.0-1, running on amd64 etch debian, sees only one processor, while
there are two.
I posed the question also to the mpqc list but, in the meantime, I wonder
wether there is anything general to do with debian.
Mother bowrd Tyan K8WE S 2895, two 265 dual opteron, all eight slots of ram
filled (1 GB each)
At computer on:
CPU0=Dual Core amd64 opteron 265
CPU1=Dual Core amd64 opteron 265
All ram detected (also, subsequently, with top command)
However, runs with mpqc (that end successfully) report:
Using ProcMessageGrp for message passing (number of nodes = 1).
Using PthreadThreadGrp for threading (number of threads = 1).
Using ProcMemoryGrp for distributed shared memory.
Total number of processors = 1
As far as I understand, on the general command
$ mpqc filename.inp | tee filename.ou
all available processor should be detected.
What can be done from the debian general point of view of checking processors?
Thanks for helping.
This will show each core as a separate CPU