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Old 09-29-2011, 04:21 PM
lina
 
Default an historical Q: how do I check the file writing issue

Hi,

It's a historical problem for me, I asked administrator and others, no really-solved solution I got.

In some cluster,

when I use 1 node, no problem in writing,

when I turned to 4 nodes, sometimes writing, sometimes not writing, I mean, the job shows running, but for 4 hours, no writing, totally abnormal.


which was going to kill me, especially for some job I am desperately waiting for results.
might be someone experienced with this, can provide me some possible answers,

Thanks ahead,



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Best Regards,

lina
 
Old 09-29-2011, 08:08 PM
Bob Proulx
 
Default an historical Q: how do I check the file writing issue

lina wrote:
> In some cluster,
> when I use 1 node, no problem in writing,
>
> when I turned to 4 nodes, sometimes writing, sometimes not writing, I mean,
> the job shows running, but for 4 hours, no writing, totally abnormal.
>
> which was going to kill me, especially for some job I am desperately waiting
> for results.

This is not enough information to know what you are doing. You will
need to say more in order for anyone to know what you are experiencing.

Bob
 

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