[Beowulf] [firstname.lastname@example.org: CCL:G: parallel G03 in
reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Fri Mar 17 14:29:31 PST 2006
Quoting Jess Cannata <jac67 at georgetown.edu>:
> Eugen Leitl wrote:
>> Hello Everybody,
>> I am planning to buy sixteen AMD64 Athlon dual core machines (with
>> Linux) for running G03 in parallel. They will be connected by
>> ethernet. I never have any experience in running gaussian with Linux
>> cluster. So my questions are the following:
>> 1. Can G03 be run parallel in the above configuration?
>> 2. Do you need to have Linda for running parallel in the above
> You need Linda to run G03 in parallel.
The OpenMP parallelization should also work without Linda - but of course
limited to some routines and 2 cores.
>> 3. Do you recommend any other processor?
> We run G03 on both Xeon and Opteron Beowulf Clusters and are very
> pleased with the Opterons.
>> 4. Which brand of Linux is good for running G03 parallel?
> This depends on whether you have the binary or source code version.
> If you use the binaries, you should follow Gaussian's
> recommendations. We run G03 (64-bit) on SuSE 9.0 and RedHat AS 4
> without any problems.
>> 5. Pals sharer your experience with running G03 parallel in Linux
>> cluster (like tricks, problems, failure etc).
> Good luck! G03 can be finicky.
For a Tight Integration into SGE I put some hints on their list (if you intend
to use a queuing system):
and worth to note a 3rd party hint:
HTH - Reuti
>> Thanks in advance
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