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Old 04-23-2012, 04:52 AM   #1
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mpirun in CUDA-GPU on TESLA 2075

I am using AMBER12 software on 4 units of TESLA-2075 GPU cards in CENTOS5.7 with intel processor. I have installed MPICH2-1.4 package to run my simulation in parallel.
Recently I could install all the software properly and it is running fine.

Currently I am running a job in one GPU at a time. I would like to run the same one job in two or three GPUs at a time.

How I can achieved this? Is there any script specially for this? I need some help if can.

I appreciate any help in advance.


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