"4N") to specify which fireworks should be run with the 1N vs. 4N firework configuration
cms_4N) for running each type of calculation
db.jsonfile in your
fw_configdirectory set-up in the previous section can be used as is assuming you want all your results to be saved in the same database for your various fireworks configurations.
my_qadapter.yaml). We will have a directory named
1Nfor the single node configuration and another directory named
4Nfor the four node configuration. So the
fw_configdirectory in your home directory should contain the following:
4Ndirectories you will need to create the following firework configuration files with the specific settings you want for each fireworks configuration. Note given the variations between different supercomputers, specifics such as file paths, VASP commands, etc. have been omitted here and the format for NERSC has been used. If needed, see the Getting Started Fireworks Configuration section for examples of appropriate firework configuration files (
my_qadapter.yaml) for each specific supercomputer system.
FW_CONFIG_FILE. You can print out what is the value of this variable by typing the following command...
4N_fw_configby adding the following lines:
-mto specify maximum # of jobs in queue at any given time
--nlaunchesto specify how many fireworks to run.
launchescollection through the following path in the document: