UPC Portals4 Runtime Configuration Options

Enable internal UPC runtime statistics collection support; these statistics count the number of various significant internal operations, and dump those counts into a per-process statistics file. [default=no]
Enable internal UPC runtime trace collection support; a runtime trace is a time stamped log that records various significant internal events; this trace is written to a per-process log file. [default=no]
Enable UPC runtime debugging mode, where more expensive internal checks are implemented, and conservative algorithms are used that reduce the degree of parallelism, and that exercise less complex/sophisticated operations provided by the operating system and/or the network communication packages called by the UPC runtime. In addition, conservative compilation options will be used to build the runtime, and debugging symbols will be generated. [default=no]
Enable UPC runtime support for Portals4 triggered operations. [default=yes]
Enable UPC runtime support optimization for accessing shared memory of the node local threads. [default=yes]
Specify prefix directory for installed Portals4 library package. Equivalent to --with-portals4-include=PATH/include plus --with-portals4-lib=PATH/lib.
Specify directory for installed Portals4 include files.
Specify directory for the installed Portals4 library.
Specify the base index of the first Portals4 PTE used by the UPC runtime. [default=16]
Specify the size (in bytes) of the bounce buffer that is used by the UPC runtime to buffer network data. [default=256K]
Specify the maximum number of children in each sub-tree used to implement UPC collective operations (e. g., upc_barrier and upc_global_alloc). [default=2]
Specify type of shared memory used for node local memory accesses. Possible options are "posix" for POSIX Shared Memory or "mmap" for file based mmap-ed memory. [default=posix]
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