[dune-pdelab] parallel pdelab for simple problem
em459 at bath.ac.uk
Wed Sep 28 09:23:58 CEST 2011
ah, ok, thanks, I still get confused by the difference between overlap/
ghost. I thought that if I use a non-overlapping grid each cell
element can still see it's neighbours but they are ghost cells, but
maybe the difference is that it will not update the residual in the
neighbouring cells? Or it does not even loop over the codim-1 elements
on the boundary between processors as they are counted as ghosts, and
hence it never calls alpha_skeleton on these faces?
I guess the FEM scheme in example 1 or 2 would work, here only the
volume and boundary integrals are evaluated.
For the cell-centered scheme I'm trying the oberlapping CG solver with
AMG preconditioner now. Will the amount of overlap have any impact on
the results or is 1 enough?
On 28 Sep 2011, at 08:04, Peter Bastian wrote:
> Hello Eike,
> YaspGrid can be used as nonoverlapping (overlap=0) and
> overlapping grid (overlap>0). Since example4 is a cell-centered scheme
> it only makes sense to use overlap>0. Then you have to use the
> OVLP... backends, e.g. overlapping Schwarz with some subdomain solver.
> As constraints use the P0ParallelConstraints. An example can be found
> in the pdelab howto in src/convection-diffusion/transporttest.cc
> Sorry, it is a bit confusing.
> Am 27.09.2011 um 10:39 schrieb Eike Mueller:
>> Dear dune-pdelab list,
>> I'm trying to adapt my serial code to run in parallel. Basically, I
>> took example 4 from the pdelab howto (I modified the local
>> operator slightly) and use a 3d YaspGrid. I then modified my code
>> according to section 3.3, i.e. I changed the constraints, use a
>> parallel grid (again, YaspGrid with overlap 0) and changed to
>> solver backend to one of the non-overlapping backends. However, the
>> results are wrong, if I run with 8 cores then the solution is
>> discontinuous across the faces that separate the eight domains.
>> Also, alpha_skeleton of the local operator does not seem to get
>> called for the faces between the domains. Is there an example of
>> how to modify the local operator to make it parallel? Or do I have
>> to choose a non-zero overlap in this case?
>> Thank you very much,
>> dune-pdelab mailing list
>> dune-pdelab at dune-project.org
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