landman at scalableinformatics.com
Thu Oct 31 13:11:39 PST 2002
I might suggest using XFS rather than ext2.
On Thu, 2002-10-31 at 07:55, Leandro Tavares Carneiro wrote:
> I work here with an cluster beowulf running an "home-made" parallel
> aplication, using MPI, and we have some problems of local disk IO.
> The aplication needs to load a lot of data information to process the real
> data, and the development team don't know how to make the read more eficient.
> They wanna change the block size when reading and writing, but they don't are
> "IO experts", and they are having a lot of trouble with it.
> The application is writen in Fortran, and the development team sayd in this
> progamming language the change of block size is not possible, but they believe
> be possible in C. Anyone have faced this kind of problem?
> This application runs also in an SGI machine with 32 cpus and the problem is
> the same...
> If anyone have some tip to give to me, i will be very grateful!
> PS: Sorry about my poor english.
> Leandro Tavares Carneiro
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