thanks for your response.
Can you elaborate on this.?
I have few doubts as well:
1) OpenMPI runtime supports SGE?? Does it uses SGE instead of MPI runtime when it finds SGE running??
2) Is it possible to check point and run MPI jobs?
3) Is it possible to add and remove processes dynamically from the MPI communicator?
5) When do we actually need many different communicators?
4) Is MPI only suitable for low latency communication in a cluster environment?
Ralph H Castain <rhc_at_[hidden]> wrote: I can't speak to the Perl bindings, but Open MPI's runtime already supports
SGE, so all you have to do is "mpirun" like usual and we take care of the
rest. You may have to check your version of Open MPI as this capability was
added in the more recent releases.
On 9/13/06 8:52 AM, "Renato Golin" wrote:
> On 9/13/06, imran shaik wrote:
>> I need to run parallel jobs on a cluster typically of size 600 nodes and
>> running SGE, but the programmers are good at perl but not C or C++. So i
>> thought of MPI, but i dont know whether it has perl support?
> Hi Imran,
> SGE will dispatch process among the nodes of your cluster but it does
> not support interprocess communication, which MPI does. If your
> problem is easily splittable (like parse a large apache log, read a
> large xml list of things) you might be able to split the data and
> spawn as many process as you can.
> I do it using LSF (another dispatcher) and a Makefile that controls
> the dependencies and spawn the processes (using make's -j flag) and it
> works quite well. But if your job need the communication (like
> processing big matrices, collecting and distributing data among
> processes etc) you'll need an interprocess communication and that's
> what MPI is best at.
> In a nutshell, you'll need the runtime environment to run MPI programs
> as well as you need SGE's runtime environments on every node to
> dispatch jobs and collect information.
> About MPI bindings for Perl, there's this module:
> but it's far too young to be trustworthy, IMHO, and you'll probably
> need the MPI runtime on all nodes as well...
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