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Parallel Debugging with Allinea's DDT - 15 March 2013
When writing high-performance distributed memory applications on multiple nodes, potentially also exploiting hybrid multi-core+accelerator nodes, the complexity of data volumes and workflows can make tracking bugs and solving errors an extremely time-consuming and laborious task. The use of professional parallel debugging tools can greatly accelerate the problem solution process and consequently CSCS has recently purchased a number of licences for Allinea's DDT debugger to give the user community the opportunity to increase their productivity.
This one day course gives a practical hands-on introduction to the parallel debugger DDT from Allinea, and shows how to use the tool to find bugs, examine data structures and understand program execution.
Registration deadline: March 4, 2013.
Please contact Jean-Guillaume Piccinali (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further technical informations.
This course will be taught by staff from Allinea.
CSCS, Via Trevano 131, Lugano www.cscs.ch/about_us/visitor_information/index.html
9:00 - 17:00
Competency in Fortran or C++ or C; understanding of MPI, OpenMP and/or GPU programming would be desirable.
You will need to bring a laptop computer with the capability of ssh access to CSCS machines and the ability to display output from applications using the X11 window system.
Maximum number of participants
Minimal number of participants
If the minimal number of participants is not reached we reserve the right to cancel the course. You will be informed two weeks in advance.
Participants are kindly requested to make their own arrangements for accommodation