Dear W2k team,
On my desk are two identical computers alpha and beta of 8 threads each.

How is .machines set up such that k-point parallelization goes twice as fast using alpha & beta compared with using single alpha?

Unfortunately, my testing UG 5.5.4 responds with error diagnostics.

When I try the following .machines with and without #,
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  1:alpha
  #1:beta
  granularity:1
  extrafine:1
computing time comes out similar in both cases. I would like to see sixteen threads executing twice as fast as eight.

Regards,
John Rundgren KTH


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