Subject: CCL: Gaussian 98 benchmarks
Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 16:53:20 +0100
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Hi all,=20
I was wondering if any one could tell me where I could get some =
benchmarks for G98
1) Intel pentium dual processor machines
2) IBM Sp/2 using Linda
Ideally it would have a few sample files. I want to run a few test jobs =
to make sure that my version of=20
gaussian is installed properly. Does any one have any optimisation tips =
for compiling it ?=20
Also, does any one know if there is a utility program that will tell you =
how many basis functions a particular
molecule will have without running a job in Gaussian? Or is there a way =
of getting gaussian just to output=20
the number of basis but not to run any calculations?=20
Thanks a million for all your help=20
Iain=20
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Hi all,

I was wondering if any one could tell =
me where I=20
could get some benchmarks for G98

1) Intel pentium dual processor=20
machines

2) IBM Sp/2 using Linda

Ideally it would have a few sample =
files. I want to=20
run a few test jobs to make sure that my version of

gaussian is installed properly. Does =
any one have=20
any optimisation tips for compiling it ?

Also, does any one know if there is a =
utility=20
program that will tell you how many basis functions a =
particular

molecule will have without running a =
job in=20
Gaussian? Or is there a way of getting gaussian just to output =

the number of basis but not to run any=20
calculations?

Thanks a million for all your help =

Iain

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