[Numpy-discussion] Best way to run python parallel

Sebastian Haase haase@msg.ucsf....
Thu Mar 29 17:43:44 CDT 2007


Hi,
What is the general feeling towards  BSP on this list !?
I remeber Konrad Hinsen advertising it on the SciPy workshop '03 .
It is supposed to be much simpler to use than MPI, yet still powerful
and flexible enough for most all applications.
It is part of Konrad's ScientificPython ( != SciPy )

Some links are here:
http://www.bsp-worldwide.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulk_Synchronous_Parallel

Evaluating Scientific Python/BSP on selected parallel computers
http://ove.nipen.no/diplom/

http://dirac.cnrs-orleans.fr/plone/software/scientificpython/

- Sebastian Haase



On 3/29/07, Peter Skomoroch <peter.skomoroch@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> If you want to use PyMPI or PyPar, I'm writing a series of tutorials on how to
> get them running on Amazon EC2,
>
> http://www.datawrangling.com/on-demand-mpi-cluster-with-python-and-ec2-part-1-of-3.html
>
>
> I'm using PyMPI on a 20 node EC2 cluster and everything seems groovy, but I'm
> relatively new to MPI, so I have probably overlooked some easier solutions.
>
> Any feedback on the writeups from Python gurus would be appreciated.
>
> -Pete


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