If they are OSX machines adding password-less ssh is easy,
then you can make a nodefile with all the unique ip's, if you can
do that you can avoid putting a full resource manager on them.
Center for Advanced Computing
On Oct 24, 2007, at 1:39 PM, Reuti wrote:
> Am 24.10.2007 um 19:21 schrieb George Bosilca:
>> There is no way to run Open MPI by hand, or at least not simple
>> way. How about xgrid on your OS X cluster ? Anyway, without a way
>> to start processes remotely it is really difficult to start up any
>> kind of parallel job.
> just to note: with PVM it's possible, but rarely used I think.
> -- Reuti
>> On Oct 24, 2007, at 12:06 PM, Dean Dauger, Ph. D. wrote:
>>> I'd like to run Open MPI "by hand". I have a few ordinary
>>> workstations I'd like to run a code using Open MPI on. They're in
>>> the same LAN, have unique IP addresses and hostnames, and I've
>>> installed the default Open MPI package, and I've compiled an MPI app
>>> against the Open MPI libraries and copied the executable to each
>>> machine, but let's assume these machines do not have BProc, Torque,
>>> PBS, SLURM, rsh or ssh access to each other, or NFS. I'm looking at
>>> the shell of each node: what do I type in to make Open MPI go?
>>> If it matters, they're OS X Macs. I am welcome to be enlightened if
>>> I've missed the documentation for this scenario.
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