[Beowulf] parallel debugger for MPICH under WINDOWS
mwill at penguincomputing.com
Wed Dec 8 12:23:56 PST 2004
There are several under Linux. Maybe you can contact their
sales group to see if they also offer a windows product - or
just switch over to linux where you can expect better performance
and less license fees anyways.
1. Streamline Computing "ddt"
patched up version of gdb with frontend for clustering, resold by absoft who claim it works for Scyld:
2. PGI Cluster Kit "pgdb"
Also, the PGI cluster kit comes with pgdb, did anybody ever evaluate that? http://www.pgroup.com/products/pgdbg.htm
* Linux for 32bit and 64bit processors
* MPICH and LAM-MPI as well as OpenMPI?
* up to 64 processes (DDT can do 1024)
On Wednesday 08 December 2004 10:55 am, Ayaz Ali wrote:
> Can anybody tell me if there is an mpi debugger
> available in the market?
> I suppose MS is planning a release soon. Can I get
> hold of a beta release for testing?
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