[torqueusers] PVM, mpiexec, tm, and pbsdsh
garrick at usc.edu
Tue Dec 6 16:43:53 MST 2005
On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 03:35:00PM -0800, Michael Gutteridge alleged:
> I built pbsdsh with your patch. As you said, it works, though I wasn't
> able to make it work as a drop-in to PVM_RSH. I could be using it
> I would set "PVM_RSH" to <path_to_pbsdsh>/pbsdsh, then start pvm. When
> I tried to add a host, I got complaints about "<hostname> not found".
> It looks like pbsdsh requires "-h" to be run on a single host. PVM
> seems to issues a "system" call with the arguments being:
How about just this simple shell script:
pbsdsh -h "$@"
That will keep the arguments the same as they were passed in from PVM.
> Is it worth munging up pbsdsh to be a syntactically-equivalent cousin to
> rsh, as in "pbsdsh <hostname> [arguments] <program>"?
> Anyway, thanks for the patches. I'm getting a better Idea of how TM
> works through all this. Writing a pvm hoster might not be too bad....
Thanks for playing with it. I'm learning a lot about TM too. I think
that ultimately, we'll have a seperate executable that replaces rsh.
Garrick Staples, Linux/HPCC Administrator
University of Southern California
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