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Mikhail November 14, 2006 02:16

StarCD326 SuSE10.0_x86_64 LAM (rsh problem)
 
I have a problem with LAM MPI (which is from StarCD3.26 CDdisk) in SuSE10_x86_64. I have all needed permission with rsh and it steel doesn't work. At the same time local parallel run works fine.

There are 3 outputs from hboot command. First and second are correct, while third (from starcd run scrip) is wrong.

Does anybody have any ideas or recommendations? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1) starcd326@node1:~> hboot -t -c lam-conf.lamd -sessionsuffix node1.14210 -s -I "-H 192.168.2.1 -P 32844 -n 1 -o 0" starcd326@node1:~>

2) starcd326@node1:~> rsh node1 hboot -t -c lam-conf.lamd -sessionsuffix node1.14210 -s starcd326@node1:~>

3) starcd326@node1:~> rsh node1 hboot -t -c lam-conf.lamd -sessionsuffix node1.14210 -s -I "-H 192.168.2.1 -P 32844 -n 1 -o 0" ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Synopsis: hboot [-dhnNstv] [-c <schema>] [-I <inet_topo>] [-R <rtr_topo>]

Description: Start LAM on the local node

Options:

-c <conf> Use <conf> as the process schema

-b <name> Use <name> for the unix socket names

-d Print debug information (implies -v)

-h Print this message

-I <inet_topo> Set $inet_topo variable

-N Pretend to hboot (used with recon(1))

-R <rtr_topo> Set $rtr_topo variable

-s Close stdio of processes

-t Kill existing session first

-v Be verbose ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- starcd326@node1:~>


M November 14, 2006 17:37

Re: StarCD326 SuSE10.0_x86_64 LAM (rsh problem)
 
your script seems incorrect. Try to run star-cd the standard way without the script first

star -debug -mpi=lam -...



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