[Beowulf] [email@example.com: CCL:G: Linda with Fedora]
eugen at leitl.org
Thu Nov 10 06:57:16 PST 2005
----- Forwarded message from "john furr john.furr ~ gmail.com" <owner-chemistry at ccl.net> -----
From: "john furr john.furr ~ gmail.com" <owner-chemistry at ccl.net>
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 08:54:09 -0500
To: "Leitl, Eugen -id#3h6-" <eugen at leitl.org>
Subject: CCL:G: Linda with Fedora
Reply-To: CCL Subscribers <chemistry at ccl.net>
Sent to CCL by: john furr [john.furrgmail.com]
Both OS's will cluster quite easily. However mixing them may give you
some issues. In Fedora Core 4 the default version of gcc is 4.0.0.
However in Fedora Core 3 it is gcc-3.4.2 (I think). The two are NOT
binary compatible regardless of what some people say.
Personally I like Core 4 much better than Core 3. However it sounds
like your application (Gaussian) only works right with Core 3. I
suggest going with Core 3.
With that said. I have seen a few stability issues with Core 3. I
have a small cluster running Core 4 machines and they all have an
uptime of about 3 months...would be longer but the power grid here in
Albany NY is quite pathetic.
Well that certainly wasn't a Gaussian specific answer but I hope there
was some useful information any how.
On 11/10/05, Ulrike Salzner salzner,fen.bilkent.edu.tr
> Sent to CCL by: Ulrike Salzner [salzner!^!fen.bilkent.edu.tr]
> I am about to built a Linux cluster using Linda/G03. I am using Fedora
> Core 3 and 4. Since this version of Linux is not supported by Gaussian,
> I need to know whether Linda will work. Gaussian runs fine with Fedora
> Core 3 but it seems to have problems with FC4 kernel 2.6.11-1.1369.
> Has anyone managed to get a cluster working with Fedora Core 3 or 4?
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
> Ulrike Salzner
> Associate Professor
> Department of Chemistry
> Bilkent University
> 06800 Bilkent, Ankara
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