On Oct 18, 2006, at 11:28 AM, James W. Barker wrote:
> In an email exchange with Jeff Squyres regarding setting the number
> of processors on a Bproc system the following statement was made:
> Are you running under bproc or some other scheduler? Right now,
> MTT understands SLURM, Torque, and LoadLeveler. If you're running
> under Bproc, we can easily add support for it into MTT (I'll need
> some information from you since I don't have any BProc systems
Just for this instance, I'll reply. :-)
> Jeff went on to say:
> Ethan Mallove is the engineer at Sun who is heading up most of the
> MTT efforts these days; the mails go to all of us, so he can reply
> even when I'm unavailable.
This is a good characteristic -- I'm *usually* not the MTT guy, but
in this case, I can probably do it faster/easier than Ethan.
> So I am asking what information do you need from me to add Bproc
> support to MTT?
I need a list of environment variables that you find in BProc jobs
for the following:
- the presence of this environment variable means that you are
definitely running in an BProc job
- an environment variable (or variables) that can be analyzed to tell
me how many processes are supposed to be run in this BProc job
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