tony at MPI-Softtech.Com
Wed Sep 13 20:03:31 PDT 2000
There are some efforts to build fault tolerating MPI's, but standard
MPI-1.x is supposed to kill the parallel application if a node dies,
or else the underlying system must transparently solve the fault.
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On Thu, 14 Sep 2000, Horatio B. Bogbindero wrote:
> what happens if a node in MPI dies? is the entire computation lost?
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