MUMPS is a parallel solver for large sparse systems and features a 'multifrontal' method and is developed largely at CERFCAS, ENS Lyon, IRIT Toulouse, INRIA, and the University of Bordeaux. It is provided free of charge and is largely under a CeCILL-C lisence.
Compiling and linking with MUMPS
module load mumps
To compile an application against the MUMPS libraries, load the
module and use the compiler wrappers
ftn in the
MUMPS is configured to allow Pord, Metis, Parmetis, and Scotch orderings.
Two versions of MUMPS are provided: one with, and one without, OpenMP. The relevant version will be selected if the relevant option is included at the compile stage.
mumps module defines
MUMPS_DIR which locates the root of the
installation for the current programming environment.
mumps/5.2.1installed January 2021
Known issues: The OpenMP version in
PrgEnv-aoccis not available at the moment.
Compiling your own version
The current supported version of MUMPS on Archer2 can be compiled using a script available from the Archer githug repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/ARCHER2-HPC/pe-scripts.git $ cd pe-scripts $ git checkout cse-develop $ ./sh/tpsl/metis.sh --prefix=/path/to/install/location $ ./sh/tpsl/parmetis.sh --prefix=/path/to/install/location $ ./sh/tpsl/scotch.sh --prefix=/path/to/install/location $ ./sh/tpsl/mumps.sh --prefix=/path/to/install/location
--prefixoption should be the same for MUMPS at the three dependecies (Metis, Parmetis, and Scotch). See the Archer2 github repository for further options and details.
The MUMPS home page
MUMPS user manual (pdf)