Please enclose a short description of your project.
The comyc computers are only accessible via the
The internal comyc network consists of a FastEthernet layer and a Myrinet layer (on the Pentium-Pro part). Only the FastEthernet layer runs TCP/IP.
The FastEthernet IPs of the Pentium-Pro part are
= internal part of
The FastEthernet IPs of the Pentium-III part are
The Pentium-III part has a second FastEthernet card on each node, which can be accessed via the following IPs
Remark: (Nov. 1997) Due to incompatibilities in the involved yp daemons, it might be neccessary to change your NIS password and your login shell on the yp master server
All comyc machines are "equivalent", so you
rsh at any time to launch your jobs.
/usr/trumpf/binthe software usable on both systems is installed.
/usr/local/on comyc machines software specific to comyc systems is installed.
/tmpdirectory for temporary files. The size is approximately 700 MB each.
pgCC: C++ Compiler
pgcc: C Compiler
pgf77: FORTRAN 77 Compiler
pghpf: High Performance FORTRAN Compiler, 4 Processes Licence
pgprof: Execution Profiler
/usr/pgi(HTML documentation). Please see the corresponding
manpages on how to use the compilers.
/usr/local/pvm3). The PVM console should be in your PATH, so that it can be started with
pvm <hostfile>. In
/usr/local/etcis a sample PVM hostfile
pvmhosts_comyc(FastEthernet nodes) which you can use to setup the parallel virtual machine.
/usr/local/scoreand will soon be fully operational. (User Guide on Comyc, HTML documentation).
Last modified: Fri Sep 10 14:36:04 CEST 1999