[GE users] starter_methods

John Hearns john.hearns at streamline-computing.com
Tue Aug 28 14:17:40 BST 2007


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Colin Thomas wrote:

> 
> I thought that the starter_method might be a solution, having access to 
> the $host et al parameters (like suspend_method), I get a script to 
> identify which machines have been allocated, and write the config file 
> on the fly and then launch the application: but this does not seem to 
> work ($host et al are no available).

You should look at the file  $PE_HOSTFILE

In your job start script, if you look at $PE_HOSTFILE this is an 
environment variable which references the file containing the list of 
hostnames which have been allocated to the parallel job.

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