|Subject:||Embarrassingly Parallel Tasks on HPC|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Aug 2012 10:10:57 -0700|
I'm working on a project to search for transiting planets in 10^4 light curves collected by the Kepler space telescope. The search is implemented using a series of ~5 python scripts in the following manner.
and so on. N~10^4 and total CPU time required is 3000 hours. I've had a great deal of success implementing this with gnu parallel on a small cluster that uses PBS for resource management.
Now, I'm trying to migrate this code to a larger computer ("carver" at NERSC). The command no longer works because carver requires a password for each ssh connection to a child node. It seems like MPI is the preferred method for communicating between nodes, but since this work is embarrassingly parallel, MPI seems like overkill.
Does any one have any advice?
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