[GE users] error qhen using qsub

lukacm at pdx.edu lukacm at pdx.edu
Wed Feb 23 17:13:41 GMT 2005


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Thanks a lot for answer.
I have directly a question to you as you was the one (i think) who did the
tutorial for tight integration. I followd the second step (the second option).
How can i verify if it is working? I mean i added the -V in the rcs wrapper but
i am really not sure it is working.


thanks a lot

martin

Quoting Reuti <reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de>:

> lukacm at pdx.edu wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > we installed the PGI package with compilers. The person doing it disabled
> during
> > the compialation the head node as a exec host so to run a mpi job using
> mpirun
> > directly the '-nolocal' switch must be used.
>
> - To use a parallel (e.g. MPI) program, you have to define a PE in SGE
> and request it with qsub. See man "sge_pe".
>
> - This will grant some slots on the machines, according to your request.
> Don't use -nolocal, this would disable the head node of the job (this is
> not related to the master node of the cluster).
>
> > Now when i try to submit a job using qsub, and if i point to the mpirun
> binary
> > from PGI package i got this
> > error:/opt/gridengine/default/spool/compute-0-0/job_scripts/269: line 7:
> > /usr/pgi/linux86-64/5.2/bin/mpirun: No such file or directory.
>
> - Copy /usr/pgi to a shared directory. At least the mpirun from PGI and
> maybe some dynamic libs also have to be available on the nodes.
>
> - When you have this working, you can look for a tight integration with
> correct accounting. You can use mpirun from mpich to start PGI programs?
> Then maybe the same integration applies, you can find at the Howto page.
>
> > Does it mean taht SGE is not correctly integrated with the mpi run or
> something
> > else? If i refer to the original mpirun with ic in /opt/mpich/gnu/bin/ the
> > process starts in parallel and everything is fine. however the PGI
> > compiler/mpiruner is not even visible from the ccompute nodes.
> >
> > Does anyone using PGI had similar troubles or have some infomration about
> this
> > issue?
>
> Cheers - Reuti
>
>
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