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Re: [Condor-users] mpi and dedicated scheduler configuration


You say, 

> With the vanilla universe, you won't be able to allocate multiple
> machines
> in any sort of a group - you run the risk of a single node
> disappearing. 
> With the MPI universe, the loss of a single node tells Condor to shut
> down
> all of the other machines, since Condor assumes your MPI
> implementation 
> has no fault tolerance.

Let's say I'm willing to accept the lack of fault tolerance just for
the sake of proving the concept.  Is it possible to submit an NT-MPICH
job to a Linux Manager and have it run on a Win2k pool in the vanilla


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