Cooling GravitySolver MHD test_results.txt
Cosmology Hydro RadiationTransport version.txt
-The name of this directory will be the unique hash of the version of
-enzo you chose to run with the testing suite. In this case it is
-``fe7d4298cb2``, but yours will likely be different, but equally
-unintelligible. Within this directory are all of the test problems
-that you ran along with their simulation outputs, organized based on
-test type (e.g. ``Cooling``, ``AMR``, ``Hydro``, etc.) Additionally,
-you should see a file called ``test_results.txt``, which contains a
-summary of the test runs.
+The name of this directory will be the unique hash of the version of
+enzo you chose to run with the testing suite. In this case it is
+``fe7d4298cb2``, but yours will likely be different, but equally
+unintelligible. You can specify an optional additional suffix to be
+appended to this directory name using ``--run-suffix=<suffix>``. This
+may be useful to distinguish multiple runs of a given version of enzo,
+for example with different levels of optimization. Within this
+directory are all of the test problems that you ran along with their
+simulation outputs, organized based on test type (e.g. ``Cooling``,
+``AMR``, ``Hydro``, etc.) Additionally, you should see a file called
+``test_results.txt``, which contains a summary of the test runs.
The testing suite does not expect bitwise agreement between the gold standard
and your results, due to compiler, architecture and operating system
Multiply simulation time limit by this factor. Useful if you're on a slow
machine or you cannot finish the specified tests in their allocated time.
+``--run-suffix=str`` default: None
+ An optional suffix to append to the test run directory. Useful
+ to distinguish multiple runs of a given changeset.
``-v, --verbose`` default: False
Verbose output in the testing sequence. Very good for tracking down
Changeset to use in simulation repo. If supplied,
make clean && make is also run
``--with-answer-testing`` default: False