[Paraview] Re: Re: Problem running Parrallel ParaView (Jan
linnenkohl at slf.ch
Mon Jun 6 09:54:53 EDT 2005
I play a little bit around, but I'm still not knowing, how to solve my
problem. I want to use the second approach.
But first one question to the first, what stands in the machine file?
What do I have to declare here?
In the second approach I can use multiple computers to make the
calcutions. I use mpich 1.2.6 and try to get it run with mpirun. (But I
really don't know the way to go).
I tried the following:
ComputerII: mpirun -machinefile machines.LINUX -np 2 pvserver
with machines.LINUX including ComputerII & Computer III
Then I start the client:
ComputerI: ./pvclient --server-host=ComputerII
Then I get the following error:
Connect to ComputerII:11111
/home/linnenko/lib/paraview-2.0.1/VTK/Parallel/vtkSocketCommunicator.cxx, line 539
vtkSocketCommunicator (0x8075100): Could not send tag.
The client starts up but crashes later on...
(When I run it with -np 1 it works fine)
> Hi Jan,
> You can only connect one pvserver to a pvclient. If you are trying to
> start a data server and a render server, then do the following.
> computerII: ./pvdataserver
> computerIII: ./pvrenderserver -m=machines.txt
> computerI: ./pvclient -crs --data-server-host=computerII
> If instead you want to use both computerII and computerIII as part of
> pvserver, then do the following.
> computerII: Start ./pvserver with MPI, and specify that you want to run
> this executable on computerII and computerIII. How you do this depends on
> your MPI installatation.
> computerI: ./pvclent --server-host=computerII
> - Amy
> At 09:51 AM 6/3/2005, Jan Linnenkohl wrote:
> >I got a problem to get ParaView running on three linux computer.
> >So that my documentation only covers 1.8 and I want to use 2.01, I need
> >some help.
> >I thought about to have one client (I) and two server (II + III).
> >I started on III the server: ./pvserver
> >I started on II on another server: ./pvserver -m=machines.txt
> >With the following file machines.txt:
> > node 0 computerIII
> >I tried also:
> > node 0 computerII
> > node 1 computerIII
> >I start the client on I: ./pvclient --data-server-host=computerII
> >The client I connects to II, but III is still only listening.
> >What do I wrong?
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