Help with run_tests.py

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alondra

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Feb 4, 2021, 1:54:15 PMFeb 4
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Hello, I have installed Magma and I'm trying to run run_tests.py. When I enter it on the command line, these are the some of the results I get:
testing_sgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: s)
testing_dgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: d)
testing_cgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: c)
testing_zgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: z)
testing_sgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: s)
testing_dgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: d)
testing_cgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: c)
testing_zgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: z)
testing_sgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: s)
testing_dgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: d)
testing_cgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: c)
testing_zgemm doesn't exist (original name: testing_zgemm, precision: z)
......
summary
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all 0 tests in 0 commands passed!....
I am not really sure why "doesn't exist" show up. Am I missing some information in my make.inc or other files? I am fairly new to this benchmark and I'm using it for research at my university. Thank you. 
Alondra.  

Mark Gates

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Feb 4, 2021, 2:30:00 PMFeb 4
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You are executing run_tests.py in the magma/testing directory? Did you compile the testers, e.g., using `make test` or `make`, not just `make lib`? They should show up in the testing directory, alongside the run_tests.py script:

[testing]$ pwd
/home/mgates/magma/testing
[testing]$ ls testing_*gemm
testing_cgemm  testing_dgemm  testing_hgemm  testing_sgemm  testing_zgemm
[testing]$ ls run_tests.py
run_tests.py

Mark

alondra

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Feb 11, 2021, 1:09:56 PMFeb 11
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Thank you I was not in the correct directory when doing this. I have another question. Upon executing the Magma application is there a starting point I should be in or look at. I want to understand and study power aware consumption as part of research that I am doing and would appreciate any suggestions for this. I have looked at the documentation already however any additional information would be great, if possible. Thank you. 
Alondra 

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