Scalasca 2.x series

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This software is free but copyrighted

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© 2009-2015 German Research School for Simulation Sciences GmbH, Jülich/Aachen, Germany
© 2014-2015 RWTH Aachen University, Germany
© 2003-2008 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
© 2006 Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

By downloading and using this software you automatically agree to comply with the regulations as described in the Scalasca v2 license agreement.

 

Unlike Scalasca 1.x, the Scalasca 2.x release series is based on the community instrumentation and measurement infrastructure Score-P, which is jointly developed by a consortium of partners from Germany and the US. This significantly improves interoperability with other performance analysis tool suites such as Vampir and TAU due to the usage of the two common data formats CUBE4 for profiles and the Open Trace Format 2 (OTF2) for event trace data.

Sources in gzipped tar format
VersionDateDescription
2.5

22-Mar-2019 Latest Release
MD5sum: c4ea190408ef34592008f9706dc30a0c

Includes:
  • Support for
    • Score-P v5.0, incl. virtual process/thread topologies
  • Automatic trace analyzer changes & improvements:
    • Various fixes and improvements in timestamp correction algorithm.
    • Fixed 'Late Receiver' instance tracking.
    • Slightly improved analysis report data collation.
  • Added support for multi-run experiments.
  • Code refactoring and various bug fixes.
  • Improved user documentation:
    • Revised User Guide including command reference.
    • Added man pages.
Features of previous v2.x releases can be found in the changelog.
For a list of known limitations please read the open issues document.

 

Note that neither Score-P nor the Cube GUI are included in the Scalasca distribution tarball but have to be downloaded and installed separately. See the build requirements page for download links.

 

Supported Platforms

The Scalasca tool set has been successfully tested on the following platforms:

  • IBM BladeCenter & iDataPlex clusters
  • Cray XC series
  • Fujitsu FX10, FX100, and K computer
  • various Linux-based clusters (x86_64, Power8, armhf, AArch64)
  • Intel Xeon Phi (KNL)

The following platforms have not been tested recently, however, the supplied build system might still work on those systems:

  • IBM Blue Gene/Q
  • IBM Blue Gene/P
  • AIX-based clusters (Power6)
  • Cray XT, XE, XK series
  • Intel Xeon Phi (KNC)
  • Oracle/Sun Solaris/SPARC-based clusters

In addition, the provided configure options (see installation instructions) may provide a good basis for building and testing the toolset on other systems. Please report success/failure on other platforms to the Scalasca development team.