|makeflow_mpi_starter(1)||Cooperative Computing Tools||makeflow_mpi_starter(1)|
makeflow_mpi_starter - mpi wrapper program for makeflow and workqueue
makeflow_mpi_starter is an MPI wrapper program that will start Makeflow and WorkQueue on the nodes allocated to it. It is intended as a simple, easy way for users to take advantage of MPI-based system while using Makeflow and WorkQueue. To use it, the user simply needs to call it as one would a regular MPI program. For the program to work, cctools needs to be configured with --with-mpicc-path.
When makeflow_mpi_starter is ran without arguments, it will attempt to execute the workflow specified by the Makeflow dagfile.
- -m, --makeflow-arguments=<option>
- Options to pass to makeflow, such as dagfile, etc
- -p, --makeflow-port=<port>
- The port for Makeflow to use when communicating with workers
- -q, --workqueue-arguments=<option>
- Options to pass to work_queue_worker
- -c, --copy-out=<location>
- Where to copy out all files produced
- -d, --debug=<debugprefix>
- Base Debug file name
- -h, --help
- Print out this help
On success, returns zero. On failure, returns non-zero.
Run with debugging:
mpirun -np $NUM_PROC makeflow_mpi_starter -m "Makeflow.mf" -d mydebug
Run makeflow with custom port:
mpirun -np $NUM_PROC makeflow_mpi_starter -m "Makeflow.mf" -d mydebug -p 9001
Run makeflow with garbage collection
mpirun -np $NUM_PROC makeflow_mpi_starter -m "-gall Makeflow.mf" -d mydebug
Example SGE submission script
#!/bin/csh #$ -pe mpi-* 120 #$ -q debug #$ -N mpi_starter_example module load ompi mpirun -np $NSLOTS makeflow_mpi_starter -m "Makeflow.mf" -d mydebug
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