Linux cluster in commercial office?

Ron Chen ron_chen_123 at
Tue Oct 2 17:57:50 PDT 2001

SGE was originally Gridware, which used to be
commerical. Sun bought it a year ago and opensourced

You don't need to download the source of SGE, binary
version for many platforms are available.

It can keep track of how many licenses are available.
Synopsys internally uses SGE for testing, so you can
expect SGE to work very nicely with the most of the
EDA tools.

LSF used to be good, it has many features available,
including an extremely high price. However, SGE is now
as good as SGE but it is totally free and come with


--- Sergiusz Jarczyk <sjarczyk at> wrote:
> Guys
> If I understand Brian, what he want to do is to use
> spare time of his
> company's workstations for ASIC and FCPGA design.
> Solutions like Condor are good, if you're going to
> use spice or verilog
> extensions for emacs ;-), since you have full source
> code. 
> But if you want to use tools like Mentor Graphics,
> Cadence or Actel, the
> only way to do that is to use LFS from Platform
> Computing or EnFusion from
> TurboLinux.
> I don't know SGE, so I can't tell if it works.
> Correct me if I'm wrong.
> Best regards,
> Sergiusz Jarczyk
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