Configuring the cluster mode

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Yannick

Yannick

March 28, 2012 3:57pm UTC

Configuring the cluster mode

Hello all,
I've got trouble configuring properly the cluster solver configuration. I want to run a given mph in parallel on a Linux cluster (I'm using qsub on the server side). I don't want to have to use command-line mode, so the new GUI mode of the version 4 looks fine. However I don't manage to get the thing done, I think I'm missing a parameter or st.
I've not found some kind of tutorial or guide, and I find the user's guide explanations most evasive about this, so I was wondering if anyone is already using COMSOL with a linux cluster and could help me understand how to configure it better.

Thanks in advance

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Y.

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Maxime

Maxime

March 29, 2012 10:17pm UTC in response to Yannick

Re: Configuring the cluster mode

Hi everybody,

I'm exactly in the same situation as Yannick, except I found some tutorials which I cannot run.

Specifically, I think my problem is I don't know how to tell COMSOL to connect to the cluster (since I want to use the GUI). I added a "Cluster Computing" node, but I just don't know how to fill the blanks (Host file, Rsh, Filename, Directory, ...). I don't know either how to fill the blanks in the Options > Preferences > Cluster Computing menu.

Furthermore, can someone explain to me what is COMSOL server/client protocol ?

Thank you very much for your help.

Maxime.

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Ehsan Asadi

Ehsan Asadi

May 1, 2014 2:14am UTC in response to Maxime

Re: Configuring the cluster mode

I have the same problem in filling the fields, the only different in my case is that I have windows server 2003!

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