[Beowulf] WRF model on linux cluster: Mpi problem
john.hearns at streamline-computing.com
Mon Jul 4 03:48:47 EDT 2005
On Fri, 2005-07-01 at 09:38 +0200, Federico Ceccarelli wrote:
> I will remove openmosix.
> I patched the kernel with openmosix because I used the cluster also for
> other smaller applications, so the load balance was useful to me.
> I already tried to switch off openmosix with
> > service openmosix stop
Having a small amount of Openmosix experience, that should work.
Have you used the little graphical tool to display the loads on each
node? (can't remember the name).
Anyway, I go along with the earlier advice to look at the network card
Do an lspci -vv on all nodes to check that your riser cards are running
at full speed.
What I would do is break this problem down.
Start by running the Pallas benchmark, on one node, then two, then four
etc. See if a pattern develops.
The same with your model, if it is possible to cut down the problem
size. Run on one node (two processors), then two then four.
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