MPI-LAM on a Linux beowulf cluster

Camm Maguire camm at enhanced.com
Tue Sep 12 16:33:44 EDT 2000


Greetings!  To my understanding, this is impossible.  The lam daemons
need to be able to launch processes as the initiating user on all node
machines, and to do this on any unix box, you've got to log in at some
point. 

Take care,

Yann COSTES <Yann.Costes at cdc.u-cergy.fr> writes:

> Hi Beowulf people,
> 
> I am installing MPI-LAM on a Linux beowulf cluster built in diskless.
> On this cluster, every client node has a /etc/nologin file in order to
> disable users to connect on.
> Unfortunately, with this file it's impossible to use rsh or ssh towards
> a client node.
> 
> Does anyone know a solution permitting to use LAM without users may be
> able to connect on a client node ?
> 
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> 
> -- 
> Yann Costes
> Cergy-Pontoise university
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Camm Maguire			     			camm at enhanced.com
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