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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Help The Helpdesk?!! Post 302352706 by briandanielz on Sunday 13th of September 2009 02:16:05 AM
Old 09-13-2009
Thanks for your input -

That solves
1. Run "Cp -Rvf" and log output to a "DT.txt file" as well
But Now I would need to know how to filter the ".txt:" file with any thing that gives and "Output/input error"
Also this creates a new propblem - now when I run "Cp -Rvf [blah blah] 1>Transfer.txt
Terminal dose not show in verbose what is being transferred real time... It pauses and then goes to the bash prompt when its done.

Hope that makes sense?

Thanks for you help.

Last edited by briandanielz; 09-13-2009 at 03:22 AM..
 
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MPI_KMEANS(1)						      General Commands Manual						     MPI_KMEANS(1)

NAME
mpi_kmeans - K-Means clustering tool SYNOPSIS
mpi_kmeans [options] DESCRIPTION
mpi_kmeans is a program that uses k-means clustering to produce a list of cluster centers. The resulting data can be used by mpi_assign(1) to assign points to those cluster centers. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. Generic Options: --help Produce help message Input/Output Options: --data file Training file, one datum per line (default: "data.txt") --output file Output file, one cluster center per line (default: "output.txt") K-Means Options: --k num Number of clusters to generate (default: 100) --restarts num Number of k-means restarts (default: 0 = single run) --maxiter num Maximum number of k-means iterations (default: 0 = infinity) EXAMPLES
mpi_kmeans --k 2 --data example.txt --output clusters.txt SEE ALSO
mpi_assign(1) AUTHOR
mpi_kmeans was written by Peter Gehler <peter.gehler@tuebingen.mpg.de>. This manual page was written by Christian Kastner <debian@kvr.at>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). April 11, 2011 MPI_KMEANS(1)

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