Newbie question

Anthony E. Glover aglover at elmco.com
Fri Aug 4 06:34:40 PDT 2000


My company currently has a dedicated group of linux workstations on
which we execute some simulation software.  This software is in
the form of a single executable with a directory structure from
which it reads and writes inputs and output files.  We would like
to be able to make use of all of the machines in order to run
large numbers of monte-carlo sets.  Is there an easy way to do this
with a Beowulf cluster.  Note we don't want to break up the executable,
just have a nice way of making the network of individual computers
look like one multi-processor machine on which we can have
simultaneous runs going.

Thanks,
Tony

 
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