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Old 05-03-2011, 06:05 AM   #1
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parallel processing on RHEL5

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I have 5 HP workstation connected with HP ML370 servers. My software "Synopsys" is node locked (run only on server)the problem is that when i run simulation its take too much time. I want to share server load on all 5 workstations on my to utilize these workstations resources e.g RAM, CPU etc...
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