[cig-commits] r8266 - in long/3D/Gale/trunk: . input/benchmarks/spherical_inclusion

walter at geodynamics.org walter at geodynamics.org
Fri Nov 9 16:21:15 PST 2007

Author: walter
Date: 2007-11-09 16:21:15 -0800 (Fri, 09 Nov 2007)
New Revision: 8266

 r1969 at earth:  boo | 2007-10-19 14:12:57 -0700
 remove README

Property changes on: long/3D/Gale/trunk
Name: svk:merge
   - 3a629746-de10-0410-b17b-fd6ecaaa963e:/cig:1968
   + 3a629746-de10-0410-b17b-fd6ecaaa963e:/cig:1969

Deleted: long/3D/Gale/trunk/input/benchmarks/spherical_inclusion/README
--- long/3D/Gale/trunk/input/benchmarks/spherical_inclusion/README	2007-11-10 00:21:12 UTC (rev 8265)
+++ long/3D/Gale/trunk/input/benchmarks/spherical_inclusion/README	2007-11-10 00:21:15 UTC (rev 8266)
@@ -1,17 +0,0 @@
-First, run the accompanying input file with 3 different resolutions
-Gale spherical_inclusion.xml --outputPath=64 -pc_type lu -ksp_type preonly
-Gale spherical_inclusion.xml --elementResI=128 --elementResJ=128 --outputPath=128 -pc_type lu -ksp_type preonly
-Gale spherical_inclusion.xml --elementResI=256 --elementResJ=256 --outputPath=256 -pc_type lu -ksp_type preonly
-The last run will require about 800M of memory and take about 30
-minutes on a reasonable machine.  Then run paraview and load in the
-state file
-  spherical_inclusion.pvsm
-That will give you a plot of the error at the three different
-resolutions.  The blue is high resolution, green is medium, and red is
-low.  Blue should be below green which is below red.  A picture of
-what you should get is in the manual.

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