pegasus-mpi-keg — MPI version of KEG
pegasus-mpi-keg [-a appname] [-t interval |-T interval] [-l logname]
[-P prefix] [-o fn [..]] [-i fn [..]] [-G sz] [-m memory]
[-r root_memory_allocation] [-C] [-e env [..]] [-p parm [..]]
The parallel version of kanonical executable is a stand-in for parallel binaries in a DAG - but not for their arguments. It allows to trace the shape of the execution of a DAG, and thus is an aid to debugging DAG related issues.
It works in the same way as the sequential version of pegasus-keg but it is intended to be executed as an MPI task. pegasus-mpi-keg accepts the same parameters as pegasus-keg, so please refer to the pegasus-keg manual page for more details.
The same as pegasus-keg. But there are some MPI-specific arguments.
- -r root_memory_allocation_only
- Works use only with the -m option. When set, the memory allocation will take place in the root MPI process only. By default, each MPI processe allocates the amount of memory set by the -m option.
The example shows the bracketing of an input file, and the copy produced on the output file. For illustration purposes, the output file is connected to stdout :
$ date > xx $ mpiexec -n 2 ./pegasus-mpi-keg -i xx -p a b c -o - --- start xx ---- Tue Dec 2 17:35:39 PST 2014 --- final xx ---- Timestamp Today: 20141202T173553.184-08:00 (1417570553.184;0.001) Applicationname: pegasus-mpi-keg [36116e11c0735993bf54264953194e626fe4ab7e 2014-11-25] @ 188.8.131.52 (myc-2.local) Current Workdir: /opt/pegasus/default/bin/pegasus-mpi-keg Systemenvironm.: x86_64-Darwin 14.0.0 Processor Info.: 4 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4278U CPU @ 2.60GHz Load Averages : 1.240 1.354 1.434 Memory Usage MB: 8192 total, 161 avail, 3599 active, 2496 inactive, 1077 wired Swap Usage MB: 2048 total, 1256 free Filesystem Info: / hfs 232GB total, 66GB avail Output Filename: - Input Filenames: xx Other Arguments: a b c
Pegasus - http://pegasus.isi.edu/