NAME     SYNOPSIS     DESCRIPTION     OPTIONS     EXAMPLES     SEE ALSO     BUGS     AUTHORS

glurun(1)

 glurun(1) 
8/20/96

 glurun(1) 
8/20/96

NAME

  glurun -  run a program remotely using GLUnix.

SYNOPSIS

glurun [ -#cohv -help ] [ -n  ]  [  ... ]

DESCRIPTION

glurun is used to run a program remotely using GLUnix. Non-parallel jobs are run with TTY support enabled. This allows the program to control the terminal and all characters (including ^C and ^Z) are passed to the remote pseudo-terminal. This allows programs such as emacs and vi to be run. TTY support is not currently available to parallel jobs.

OPTIONS

  -#  Specifies the degree of parallelism of the new parallel program. The special value "-N" will run on as many nodes as are available.
  -c  Indicates that the program should be coscheduled. This only makes sense if a degree of parallelism greater than 1 is specified.
  -n  Enables the user to specify a GLUNIX_NODES style node description on the command line. The node description is taken to be the next argument. For example:
glurun -n all-desktop -h hostname
.
  -o  Indicates that all the children should be terminated when any one of the children exits. The default behavior is that the program should not exit until have children have naturally exited. Again, this option makes the most sense when a degree of parallelism greater than 1 is specified.
  -h  Prepends each line of output from the children with the hostname of the child which produced that line, followed by a colon.
  -v  Prepends each line of output from the children with the VNN of the child which produced that line, followed by a colon.

EXAMPLES

dawn1 % glurun /bin/hostname
dawn5.CS.Berkeley.EDU

dawn1 % glurun /bin/hostname
dawn8.CS.Berkeley.EDU

dawn1% glurun -4v ls -l /kernel/unix
3:-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     sys      1067776 Mar  9 12:27 /kernel/unix
1:-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     sys      1067776 Mar  9 12:27 /kernel/unix
0:-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     sys      1067776 Mar  9 12:27 /kernel/unix
2:-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     sys      1067776 Mar  9 12:27 /kernel/unix

SEE ALSO

glush(1), glups(1), glustat(1)

BUGS

None known. Should any bugs be found, please report to glunix-bugs@now.cs.berkeley.edu.

AUTHORS

GLUnix and the GLUnix library were designed and written by:
  Douglas Ghormley (ghorm@cs.berkeley.edu) and
  Amin Vahdat (vahdat@cs.berkeley.edu).


 glurun(1) 
8/20/96

 glurun(1) 
8/20/96

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