After you have your cluster up and running, you can
use these links to information about what you need to run and manipulate parallel code.
Message-Passing Interfaces - find out about the message-passing libraries available for your parallel computing projects
Parallel Applications - try out others' parallel codes
Parallelization - learn about the issues involved in writing parallel code
Visualization - take advantage of the communications visualization window present in MacMPI_X
Dashboard - see how to monitor a Pooch cluster in an aesthetically-pleasing widget
Scripting & Automation - see examples of scripts and automation to direct Pooch to scan for nodes and launch jobs
Unix CLI - direct Pooch from the Unix command line using this open-source utility
Web Interface - compile and run jobs on a Pooch cluster from the web
Grid and Distributed Computing - execute single-processor code on multiple inputs automatically
Pooch Software Development Kit - download make files, project files, and code examples for a variety of different
compiler and language combinations. Learn by example, pick apart these files for your use, or substitute in your own code.
Compiling the MPIs - read instructions describing how to compile your code with the message-passing libraries