XDMoD, which stands for XD Metrics on Demand, is an NSF-funded open source tool that provides a wide range of metrics pertaining to resource utilization and performance of high performance computing (HPC) resources, and the impact these resources have in terms of scholarship and research.
ORCA is an ab initio quantum chemistry program package that contains modern electronic structure methods including density functional theory, many-body perturbation, coupled cluster, multireference methods, and semi-empirical quantum chemistry methods. Its main field of application is larger molecules, transition metal complexes, and their spectroscopic properties. ORCA is developed in the research group of Frank Neese. Visit ORCA Forum for additional information.
This page outlines ways to generate and view performance data for your program using tools available at OSC.
This section describes how to use performance tools from Intel. Make sure that you have an Intel module loaded to use these tools.
Intel VTune is a tool to generate profile data for your application. Generating profile data with Intel VTune typically involves three steps: