Re: Tight Integration of the MPICH2 library into OGE
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Thanks for the answer.
Reading the MPICH2 plugin source code, it seems that it doesn´t change the
PE that was built by the OGE plugin. I guess that (according to the link in
my previous message) it should be done in order to have the same
functionality that is provided by OpenMPI and OGE, that are tighty coupled.
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 4:57 PM, Rayson Ho <raysonlogin_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Does the MPICH2 plugin integrate with StarCluster & OGS/GE tightly??
> If so, you can install MPICH2 version 1.0.8 in your own path (or in a
> separate path), and use 1.0.8 for linking (may be static linking is
> easier), and then continue to use the tight MPICH2 plugin. (From Grid
> Engine point of view, all it cares is how the MPI tasks are started.)
> Alternatively, you can look at the MPICH2 plugin and see how the PE is
> defined and create your own 1.0.8 MPICH2 plugin.
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> On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 9:06 AM, Sergio Mafra <sergiohmafra_at_gmail.com>
> > Hi Justin/Rayson and all MIT StarCluster´s experts....
> > I´ve been using MIT StarCluster for a while with good results.
> > We have this application that was compiled with MPICH2 libs.
> > Our config in MIT StarCluster´s test environment doesn´t use the MPICH2
> > plugin due version restriction of MPICH2 (we must use MPICH21.0.8
> > We installed MPICH2 version 1.0.8 and the app ran OK but we´re not using
> > for batch control.
> > Our app runs today in a physical cluster with MPICH2 and PBS Torque. But
> > think that we can use OGE instead of Torque.
> > Now I´m trying to tie them together (OGE + MPICH2) but go no good
> results so
> > far. One of my references came from this link:
> > I´d like to know if you can help me with some receipts in how to put MIT
> > StarCluster, MPICH2 and OGE to work all together.
> > All the best,
> > Sergio Mafra
> > Brazil
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