And i am also right when i think that Open MPI supports task level
because i think that i can create a process for each task (or create a
task pool) and let them communicating over MPI.
am i right?
>Datum: 25.03.2008 16:15
>An: "Open MPI Users"<users_at_[hidden]>
>Betreff: [OMPI users] [gentryx_at_[hidden]: Re: 2 questions about Open
>On 13:34 Tue 25 Mar , powernetfreak_at_[hidden] wrote:
>> So Open MPI is OS dependent and actually it dont support Windows
>Equating "not running on Windows" to "OS dependent" is a bit harsh,
>Open MPI will run on any Unixish OS (Linux, Solaris, BSD...). You
>could have some luck with compiling Open MPI with Cygwin, then you'd
>have it for Windows. But I'm not sure about the Cygwin stuff.
>> I would want to know if (Open) MPI sipports data decomposition and\
>> task level parallelism.
>It supports data decomposition and you can build pretty much any form
>of parallelism you like.
>> But i also think that OpenMPI dont support data decomposition
>> here described: http://www.netlib.org/pvm3/book/node32.html ) "out-
>MPI does support data decomposition. The thing you need to understand
>is that MPI stands for Message Passing Interface, i.e. it is used to
>pass messages (possibly containing data). The functions defined in
>MPI standard provide a rich cornucopia of functions helping you to
>distribute your data among nodes in whichever creative and colorful
>way you like.
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