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Cluster integration: Problem connecting to Sun Grid Engine

I'm trying to launch some kernels in a cluster engine running Sun Grid Engine using Cluster integration. But I'm getting the error "Cannot find components required for SGE". ...
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1answer
115 views

Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica [closed]

I would like to copy some parameter from the main Kernel of Mathematica to the parallel kernels available. So I'm running now a command like: ...
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Remote kernel shuts down after several seconds

I have Mathematica 9 installed on two Windows Server 2008 R2 machines. Now i want to try using one of them as a frontend with local kernels and the other one for remote kernels. OpenSSH 6.5 for ...
3
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Launching Remote Kernels takes a lot of time

I recently played around with establishing a remote kernel setup without using mathematica grid. To do this I use the LaunchKernels[] command and ...
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1answer
156 views

How to use all the kernels efficiently

We build a project with Java and Mathematica technologies. For this project we have written a bunch of functions in Mathematica and integrated some functions in one ...
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1answer
236 views

Launching remote slave kernels on HPC causes slow down

I had a post earlier regarding how I can run Mathematica at a HPC cluster (running PBSpro) by having a single MathKernel launch ...
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2answers
429 views

Difference between sub MathKernel and MathKernel

When I try to run Mathematica processes in parallel on a Linux based server, I see that my server allows 7 MathKernels and 28 sub MathKernels. I was wondering what the difference is and how I can take ...