[SciPy-user] Parallel linear solver.
Thu Jul 24 10:31:53 CDT 2008
Yes, there will be a new release of PETSc soon (I just asked one fo the
developers), but they don't know exactly how long it will be. The 2.3.3
release of PETSc is still current. They use patches for a lot of their
small changes. For example, just a two months ago or so, I downloaded a
version that was 2.3.3-p8. The current patched version is 2.3.3-p13. It is
still very active, and in my opinion, major releases are not a good thing,
because it may end up affecting your code. Actually, I think this is
probably why you asked (so you could wait until a new release so you
wouldn't have to worry about code changes for a while).
Hope this help,
On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 11:17 AM, Nils Wagner <email@example.com>
> On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 10:27:05 -0400
> "Frank Lagor" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Yes, there are. What you are looking for is petsc4py.
> > PETSc is a very
> > good, well-developed package for scalable scientific
> >computing. It is based
> > on MPI and is very well-known and well-supported package
> >(it is really
> > amazing actually how good their support actually is!)
> > Anyways, Lisandro Dalcin, a friend of mine, wrote
> >petsc4py bindings that
> > allow you to do anything you want in PETSc in python.
> > The bindings are very
> > good, but not well documented. It doesn't really matter
> >however, because he
> > is so accessible, and PETSc's documentation is so good
> >that you can browse
> > through it and guess what the correcponding syntax is in
> > I highly recommend that you check it out. Let me know
> >how it goes or if you
> > have any problems.
> > -Frank
> > On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 1:59 AM, Adolph J. Vogel
> ><email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Are there any bindings available for python to a
> >>Parallel linear solver
> >> package like ScaLapack? I couldnt find anything
> >>conclusive on google.
> >> Thanx, Adolph
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> The current version of PETSc is 2.3.3; released May 23,
> 2007. Are you aware of a forthcoming new release ?
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