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Old 04-02-2014, 03:25 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by raymor View Post
Can you give an example or two? In fifteen years, being involved with the
administration of hundreds of Linux boxen, I've never seen anyone do or
recommend that.
Easy, MPI

MPI transfers information between threads through rsh/ssh for clustering. If you want to run multiple threads on the local machine, you simply specify localhost and it connects through the loopback connection to spawn the threads. If your MPI is configured to work over ssh, as is typical, then your box/account needs to be able to ssh to itself without a password.
 
  


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