Re: Bug#97336: ITP: dsh -- dancer's shell, or a distributed shell.
Rob Latham <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit:
> Junichi Uekawa (firstname.lastname@example.org) said:
> > Do you mean, some architecture where a standard system-wide
> > configuration file exists so that mpich and dsh can rip off the list
> > of machines from one location?
> > That would be good, and Debianlike.
> you mean like /etc/beowulf/config ? scyld puts it's cluster
> information there, and several tools access it. data is keyword
> delimited, so "beoboot" doesn't pay much attention to the lines that
> "bproc" wants to touch, but "beoetup" can muck with both.
I know several systems having different kinds of approach to the
same problem. Scyld is not the only beowulf system, and I doubt
if, other systems are using it.
If scyld is already using that location "/etc/beowulf",
I wonder if using beowulf would be the right term for us.
might be a better place to locate stuff into.
The key problem is that as far as I know, there is no
such centralized system available in Debian.
At least, none of my packages have it.
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