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Old   May 3, 2018, 03:02
Default Optimize the fastest simulation time
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I have access to the following HPC to run my simulations (image in the link with different configurations).

I'm not too familiar with the terminology and I also read that STAR might be faster using specific configuration regarding nr. of cores VS nr. of processes.
Based on this can someone give me a good input about which cluster I should use and what can be a reasonable configuration for a fast performance.

Thanks in advance
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Old   May 4, 2018, 10:52
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The specific performance will depend on your case (what physics, how large of a mesh, etc)

However if you look at the CPUs on those machines the last is likely to be the best. The other chips are pretty old.
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