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Fedora Core 4 Update: lam-7.1.1-7.FC4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-723
2005-08-09
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : lam
Version     : 7.1.1                      
Release     : 7.FC4                  
Summary     : The LAM (Local Area Multicomputer) programming environment.
Description :
LAM (Local Area Multicomputer) is an Message-Passing Interface (MPI)
programming environment and development system for heterogeneous
computers on a network. With LAM/MPI, a dedicated cluster or an
existing network computing infrastructure can act as one parallel
computer to solve one problem. LAM/MPI is considered to be "cluster
friendly" because it offers daemon-based process startup/control as
well as fast client-to-client message passing protocols. LAM/MPI can
use TCP/IP and/or shared memory for message passing (different RPMs
are supplied for this -- see the main LAM website at
http://www.mpi.nd.edu/lam/ for details).<

LAM features a full implementation of MPI version 1 (with the
exception that LAM does not support cancelling of sends), and much of
version 2. Compliant applications are source code portable between LAM
and any other implementation of MPI. In addition to meeting the
standard, LAM/MPI offers extensive monitoring capabilities to support
debugging. Monitoring happens on two levels: On one level, LAM/MPI has
the hooks to allow a snapshot of a process and message status to be
taken at any time during an application run. The status includes all
aspects of synchronization plus datatype map/signature, communicator
group membership and message contents (see the XMPI application on the
main LAM website). On the second level, the MPI library can produce a
cumulative record of communication, which can be visualized either at
runtime or post-mortem.

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* Tue Aug  2 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 2:7.1.1-7
- fix bug 164898: 7.0.6's '--enable-trillium' -> 7.1.1's '--with-trillium'


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

c24efc049df4ca26296ccbdf47c6ebc0  SRPMS/lam-7.1.1-7.FC4.src.rpm
6b8bceceb64d6d13311775cba044f15b  ppc/lam-7.1.1-7.FC4.ppc.rpm
0ba53ebca635216f11b326094869a601  ppc/debug/lam-debuginfo-7.1.1-7.FC4.ppc.rpm
32ec2dfe285f5b70d3eb93aab4ab6d79  x86_64/lam-7.1.1-7.FC4.x86_64.rpm
bf5c68303233387b07f9669a44861bd6  x86_64/debug/lam-debuginfo-7.1.1-7.FC4.x86_64.rpm
c9a6c295a2b670e84ceef70f1431c8bf  i386/lam-7.1.1-7.FC4.i386.rpm
6c461150c9363be0e53f18401479bcf2  i386/debug/lam-debuginfo-7.1.1-7.FC4.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  
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