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Old   May 1, 2001, 12:11
Default Using load vector for parallel partitioning
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Kevala
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Hello,

I am setting a load vector before partitioning my mesh. I have 6 processors (3 dual CPU machines). My 1st machine (nodes 0 and 1) has 2 Gig of RAM, 2nd machine has 1 Gig, and 3rd machine hs 512 Meg. My questions is this, when I set the load vector, I set it as: grid partition set l-v 1000 1000 500 500 250 250 ()

So I have several different partition sizes. How do I make sure that the large partitions (i.e. 1000) load onto my machine with 2 Gig of RAM, and my medium partitions (500) load onto the 1 Gig RAM machine, and the smallest partitions load onto the 500 Meg RAM machine?

Will the partitions load onto the machine nodes as spawned (0 through 6) in the same order that I define the load-vector? Anybody know how to check this? Thanks.
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