From: Matthias Troyer (troyer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-07 04:09:19
On 07.09.2006, at 00:29, Robert Ramey wrote:
> It's my
> understanding that there exist MPI(CH?) implementations which
> permit one to
> run programs like those in the tutorial without having and actual
> cluster at
> one's disposal. I would appreciate some background/pointers or
> whatever as
> to the best way of doing this.
> I realize its not really on topic - but without something like
> this, the
> number of people that can effectively review this is very limited.
I don't have experience with Windows and MPI since most MPI
applications run on Unix or Linux clusters. However, if you have a
Unix (Linux, MacOS, ...) machine you can run MPI also on a single
machine and do not need a cluster.
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