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Old   November 20, 2003, 11:05
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Wenbin
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Hi,

I am trying to submit parallel fluent job to a linux cluster, however, I have to use the job scheduler on the cluster, with this scheduler, I can only specify the number and type of nodes I intend to use, not the node name. The nodes will be make available by the scheduler, therefore I need to dynamically compile a hostfile, but I could not find an example of hostfile,

Can anybody give me an example of hostfile, or indicate a place where I can find such files

Thanks. Wenbin
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Old   November 20, 2003, 12:50
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one host name per line if the host has two or more cpus, you should follow the host name by ":" and then indicate the number of cpus.

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