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Re: Building a Fedora Beowulf

Got the boxes networked alright.

Am bonded with eth0 and eth1 in both machines (; eth2 in
node1 goes to other half of network ( and internet. Between
the bonding and firewall is where I'd messed up the issue with routing.
node2 now as it needs to if I just drop the firewall. This I do only to
get updates when notified.

Am looking over the LAM info and subscribed to the Beowulf List to see
about others there that may've tried/trying the same thing.

Will keep y'all notified as to the progress here.

Thanks for your support,
GregS <><
gswallow cfl rr com

On Tue, 2004-06-15 at 22:36, T. 'Nifty New Hat' Mitchell wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 14, 2004 at 08:00:45AM -0400, Greg Swallow wrote:
> > 
> > Am wondering if any one has had any luck building a Beowulf style
> > cluster with FC2. Found much information, but most about Reliability
> > Servers Clusters. Not what I am trying to accomplish with this cluster.
> > Am building a small, 4 processor (SMP); 2 box (MPI), Beowulf
> > Supercomputer cluster.
> > 
> > Really need a step by step. So far am working in pieces searching the
> > internet for information one piece at a time. Way too much time
> > searching and too little time "Super" computering.
> Install and look at LAM to start.
>   LAM - introduction to Local Area Multicomputer (LAM)
>   http://www.lam-mpi.org/faq/
> On FC1...
> $ rpm -q --whatprovides /usr/bin/lamtrace
> lam-6.5.9-3
> $ rpm -q  --whatprovides /usr/bin/mpicc
> lam-6.5.9-3
> etc...
> On FC2 the lam version is newer...
> # rpm -qa lam
> lam-7.0.3-6.4
> As soon as the boxes are networked together you can begin.

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