[parsec-users] Data input for streamcluster

Juan Carlos Martinez Santos juanc.martinez.santos at gmail.com
Tue Feb 15 13:14:21 EST 2011


Perfect... Thank you for your answer.



On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Joseph Greathouse <jlgreath at umich.edu>wrote:

> On 2/15/2011 11:45 AM, Juan Carlos Martinez Santos wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am looking for the simulation input data for streamcluster. I downloaded
>> and untared (parsec-2.1-native.tar.gz,&  parsec-2.1-sim.tar.gz), but I
>> don't
>> see any input_xxxx.tar file. Other benchmark look fine, I don't know what
>> can be the problem.
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>
> As Slide 51 of the PARSEC tutorial (
> http://parsec.cs.princeton.edu/download/tutorial/2.0/parsec-2.0-tutorial.pdf)
> mentions, the working set size can be determined by the command line
> parameters.  While the the 7th command line parameter is an input file if
> the 4th is <=0 the input will be randomly generated if the 4th parameter is
> >0.  (Note that this is not truly random, as the input to srand48
> [streamcluster.cpp line 2012] is a defined constant.)
>
> The PARSEC suite uses this random generation for all of its inputs. The
> meaning of each command line parameter can be found by giving the
> streamcluster binary less than 9 parameters, or by looking at the code in
> streamcluster.cpp at lines 1977-1989.
>
> The command line inputs for each input size are:
> test: ./streamcluster 2 5 1 10 10 5 none output.txt {num_proc}
> simdev: ./streamcluster 3 10 3 16 16 10 none output.txt {num_proc}
> simsmall: ./streamcluster 10 20 32 4096 4096 1000 none output.txt
> {num_proc}
> simmedium: ./streamcluster 10 20 64 8192 8192 1000 none output.txt
> {num_proc}
> simlarge: ./streamcluster 10 20 128 16384 16384 1000 none output.txt
> {num_proc}
> native: ./streamcluster 10 20 128 1000000 200000 5000 none output.txt
> {num_proc}
>
> -Joe
> --
> Joseph Lee Greathouse
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan
>



-- 
Juan Carlos
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