You can choose "By node", "By slot", "No oversubscribe", etc. in the Resource tab of the launch configuration to control where processes will be located.
I'm not sure why you're not seeing output from individual processes. Are you sure they are generating some? This didn't work with older versions of OMPI, but if you have 1.4.1 installed it should.
On Apr 22, 2010, at 3:10 AM, Saygin Arkan wrote:
Yes I've tried several ways. RSE should work I guess and actually it's working.
For example I've assigned 20 process to the run configuration.
And it assigns every 5 process to one node. I see which nodes behave as which process.
On the other hand, I'd like to see outputs separately but job1:0 gives "all" the outputs, on the other hand job1:2 or job 1:10 etc. produces empty.
I would like to learn if that's normal or not
On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 7:04 PM, Beth Tibbitts <tibbitts@xxxxxxxxxx>
OK after responding I noticed that you tried several other iterations.
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