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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Ken Robson tagged mpi

Learn how to obtain, build, and use an MPI stack for Linux machines. This tutorial will take you from “hello world” to parallel matrix multiplication in a matter of minutes

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The Linux Cluster Institute (LCI) Conference focus this year was on big clusters. Not necessarily on raw performance per se, but on every other factor required to acquire, host, provision, maintain and achieve scalable performance for systems as a whole.

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The well-known Message Passing Interface (MPI) is widely used in parallel programming and was intrumental in simplifying application development for clusters. However, as clustering evolves to leverage virtualization, MPI is becoming irrelevant: MPI doesn

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The software development process now requires a working knowledge of parallel and distributed programming. The requirement for a piece of software to work properly over the Internet, on an intranet, or over some network is almost universal.

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The first phase of designing a parallel algorithm consists of analyzing the problem to identify exploitable concurrency, usually by using the patterns of the Finding Concurrency design space.

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In part 3 of this series, we take a closer look at a cluster-based text-file analysis utility that has been implemented using both the Message Passing Interface (MPI) system and the Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) library. The utility is a simple cluster a

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