[GE users] Loose vs. tight MPICH integration
duongtnb at gmail.com
Tue Apr 18 16:39:05 BST 2006
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That's why I'm confused now: even if I use loose integration, MPI processes
are still under the control of SGE daemons (I'm using MPICH). I'm not sure
where did I do wrong :(
On 4/18/06, davide cittaro <daweonline at gmail.com> wrote:
> As written in the howto page, using tight integration you have correct
> accounting and processes/directories controlled by SGE, definitely
> removed at the end of the job, while if you only enable loose
> integration, processes are started but they are under LAM daemons
> control only...
> On 4/18/06, Duong Ta <duongtnb at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear,
> > Anyone could tell me the differences in the procedures for loose and
> > integration of MPICH to SGE v6? I've noticed there're a few differences
> > below:
> > - Tight integration: we have the -catch_rsh for startmpi.sh. Loose
> > integration doesn't have.
> > - Tight integration: control slave = true, job is first task = false.
> > opposites are applied for loose integration
> > However, when I check the output of "ps -e f -o pid,ppid,pgrp,command",
> > seems that there were no difference in running MPI jobs under loose or
> > SGE integration. That means in both cases, I've always noticed that the
> > jobs were under the control of sge_shepherd. The resource usage e.g.,
> > was also correctly reflected in both loose and tight integration.
> > Any suggestions?
> > Best regards,
> > Duong
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