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Example 5: Submitting a parallel job with mvapich1
The mvapich implementation of mpich version 1 is installed on the HPC cluster. This version seamlessly integrates the communication layers for the infiniband fabric for the users. It is one of the easiest implementations to use. However, it suffers in both robustness and ease of cleanup. The use of mpich version 2 or openmpi is strongly encouraged above this version.
To compile our test program with the gnu compiler, we run the following commands:
$ module load gnu-mvapich
Using the following script, we can submit our job:
When save in the file mpichv1.sh, we can submit our program using
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