Unix Command-Line Interface
You may download a tar ball that contains
a suite of command-line tools, updated for Pooch v1.6.5, to compile parallel executables with
launch jobs through Pooch,
and queue jobs using a command-line queuing system:
macmpi.tar.gz compressed archive
(144 kB download in .tar.gz)
Requires OS X 10.2.1 or later, the
OS X Developer Tools, and
Pooch v1.6.5 or later and adminstrator access.
Contains a readme and documentation and the following utilities:
- mpicc (requires the OS X Developer Tools to be installed first)
- mpif77 (requires a f77 compiler)
- mpif90 (requires a f90 compiler)
- mpif95 (requires a f95 compiler)
- mpig77 (requires g77, available from Fink)
- mpixlc (requires IBM's xlc compiler)
- mpixlf (requires IBM's xlf compiler)
- mpirun - launches jobs through Pooch
- poochstat - queries Pooch for nodes, jobs, and their status
- pqsub - submits jobs to the Pooch queuing system
- pqstat - queries the status of jobs in the Pooch queuing system
You may download the source code to a Unix-based executable that allows you
to launch jobs through Pooch from OS X's Unix command line interface:
plaunch makefile and source code
(5 kB download in .tar.gz)
Released under the Gnu General Public License,
code that translates Unix command-line options into commands for Pooch
You may use the above code at your own risk.
The Unix code above should serve many purposes as is, but it is not a panacea.
Therefore, please do go ahead and modify the source as you see fit for your particular situation,
or use pieces of them to create new tools and capabilities (e.g., a custom queuing system
in AppleScript and/or Unix).
If your additions could benefit the community, please supply them so that others
You may also contribute via the
parallel-mac-list Mailing List.
The code here will be updated over time.