Thanks for the information.  I'll try it out.


>Open MPI can manage heterogeneous system. Though you prefer to avoid
>this because it has a performance penalty. I suggest you compile on
>the 32bit machine and use the same version everywhere.

Aurelien
Le 10 avr. 08 à 18:09, clarkmpi_at_[hidden] a écrit :
>> Thanks to those who answered my post in the past. I have to admit
>> that you lost me about half way through the thread.
>>
>> I was able to get 2 of my systems cranked up and was about to put a
>> third system online when I remembered it was running x64 version of
>> OS.
>> Can I just recompile the code on the x64 system and put it in the
>> same home directory used by all the systems? I'm not sharing the
>> directory across systems, but after doing this three or four times
>> across just 2 systems, I can see why sharing would be advantages.
>>
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