# GfsOutputTiming

### From Gerris

(Difference between revisions)

Revision as of 09:05, 3 November 2010Taoye (Talk | contribs) ← Previous diff |
Revision as of 09:06, 3 November 2010Taoye (Talk | contribs) Next diff → |
||

Line 5: |
Line 5: | ||

[ Timing summary: 5 timesteps 20507 node.timestep/s ] | [ Timing summary: 5 timesteps 20507 node.timestep/s ] | ||

- | means it is the 5th timestep, currently 20507 grids*timestep can be done in one second. If your simulation scale is 40 000 grids (static) and 100 timesteps, the estimated simulation time is <math>\frac{40 000 grids \times 100 steps}{20507 grid.timestep/s}=195s</math> . | + | means it is the 5th timestep, currently 20507 grids*timestep can be done in one second. If your simulation scale is 40 000 grids (static) and 100 timesteps, the estimated simulation time is <math>$\frac{40 000 grids \times 100 steps}{20507 grid.timestep/s}=195s$</math> . |

## Revision as of 09:06, 3 November 2010

OutputTiming gives a summary of time consuming of the simulation including the simulation speed measured in how many grids* timesteps can be done per second.

for example

[ Timing summary: 5 timesteps 20507 node.timestep/s ]

means it is the 5th timestep, currently 20507 grids*timestep can be done in one second. If your simulation scale is 40 000 grids (static) and 100 timesteps, the estimated simulation time is <math>$\frac{40 000 grids \times 100 steps}{20507 grid.timestep/s}=195s$</math> .