Rexec to Scyld nodes
mcosta at fc.up.pt
Fri Nov 16 12:16:59 EST 2001
I just got Scyld from Linux Central and tried it on a cluster of five
dual athlon machines.
Everything works fine when I run MPI applications and I really like this
"one big smp machine" design,
as opposed to a cluster of workstations, but I also need other people to
be able to run
independent (non MPI) programs on the nodes.
How can these processes be started on the nodes (without the users
including bprocs routines in their code)?
Can they use something like rexec or do I have to switch between Scyld
Beowulf and Redhat Workstations
depending on what I want to do?
I already have Redhat installed in all the machines but it would be
better if I didn't have to reboot between
"parallel multicomputer" and "computing farm".
hope this is clear,
University of Porto
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