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MPI + Cluster SMP

Hola, he instalado mpich2 vs. 1.2.1p1 en un cluster de biprocesadores con las opciones por defecto (antes usaba ssm pero visto que se quedaba colgado, lo he dejado con nemesis).
El caso es que quisiera que cada vez que lanzo un job (por ejemplo de 2 procesos), cada proceso del trabajo se fuera ejecutando en una máquina diferente (hasta llegar al número máximo de máquinas) y no en la misma máquina. Es decir:
Trabajo A en 2 procesos:

Máquina 1:
CPU0 Ocupada
CPU1 No Ocupada
Máquina 2:
CPU0 Ocupada
CPU1 No Ocupada

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