Rocks Cluster distribution is a Linux distribution intended for high-performance computing clusters.

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HTCondor parallel universe multi-core compute node

Summary: I am using Rocks 6.1.1 and HTCondor 8.0.6. My compute nodes all have dual cores. I'm looking for a way to force HTCondor to schedule MPI jobs on the fewest number of machines possible. For ...
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How to open iptables ports inside a cluster?

How can I use iptables to open ports 21001-22000 in a cluster, allowing the worker nodes to communicate between them and with the front-end? The cluster is configured with CentOS 6.3, Rocks 6.1 and ...
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qdel deletes all my jobs

I'm using Sun GridEngine (Rocks Cluster) on a server to run remote jobs. When I try to remove jobs with qdel, it often works as expected, but every now and then it just deletes almost everything it ...
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HPC Cluster planning workflow? [closed]

After three days of intensive Google searching, I have not found any high-level workflow of how to build a low profile - cheap - computing cluster (we are not interested in HA yet). This is just a ...
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Prevent users running processes on cluster head node

What ways are there to prevent users from starting long running, resource intensive processes on the headnode of a Rocks cluster? I've tried: asking politely setting the nice level in limits.conf ...
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PBS Jobs - serial vs parallel job which one is better for my scenario

I have access to a cluster that uses 'torque' (I think) and we use PBS scripts to submit jobs. I need to run more then 200 instances of an app that I've developed in java. The app acts as a peer ...
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Optimizing Linux Compute Cluster

I am setting up a supercomputing Linux cluster at work. We ran the most recent HPCC benchmarks using OpenMPI and GoToBlas2 but got really bad results. When I ran the benchmarks using one process for ...
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Determine the current Rocks version

How do I find what Rocks version I'm running? I've tried: Looking on the Ganglia page uname -a Google so far, no luck