On Jul 9, 2010, at 12:43 PM, Douglas Guptill wrote:
> After some lurking and reading, I plan this:
> Debian (lenny)
> + fai - for compute-node operating system install
> + Torque - job scheduler/manager
> + MPI (Intel MPI) - for the application
> + MPI (OpenMP) - alternative MPI
> Does anyone see holes in this plan?
HPC is very much a "what is best for *your* requirements" kind of environment. There are many different recipes out there for different kinds of HPC environments.
What you listed above is a reasonable list of meta software packages. You might want to install them, run with them for a while, and be prepared to change if you find something else that you like better (you might want to make sure that all those software packages support Debian, for example).
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