This document is designed to aid Sun HPC ClusterTools 6 users in the process of migrating their programs to work with Sun HPC ClusterTools 7.1 software.
This document is designed to aid Sun HPC ClusterTools 6 users in the process of migrating their programs to work with Sun HPC ClusterTools 7.1 software. This manual describes the differences between the two releases, and provides helpful information about migrating programs.
The Sun HPC ClusterTools 7 Software Release Notes includes release note information for the other components in this suite. For information about writing MPI programs, refer to the Open MPI web site at:
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