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HWLOC-ASSEMBLER-REMOTE(1)		      hwloc			HWLOC-ASSEMBLER-REMOTE(1)

NAME
       hwloc-assembler-remote - Assemble multiple remote host topologies

SYNOPSIS
       hwloc-assembler-remote [options] output.xml host1 host2 ...

OPTIONS
       --ssh <ssh>
	      Use the given ssh command (and options) to connect to remote hosts.

       --lstopo-path <path>
	      Use  the	given path as the remote lstopo command when gathering remote topologies.
	      By default, lstopo is taken from the PATH environment variable.

       --lstopo-opts <opts>
	      Pass the given lstopo options when gathering remote topologies.

       --show Display the resulting topology before exit.

       -f --force
	      Ignore failure to load a remote host topology.

DESCRIPTION
       hwloc-assembler-remote is a frontend to hwloc-assembler.  It takes care of retrieving  the
       remote nodes' topologies before assembling them with hwloc-assembler.

EXAMPLES
       To assemble three nodes topologies:

	   $ hwloc-assembler-remote output.xml host1 host2 host3

       To assemble the topology of a multi-process MPI job defined as a machinefile:

	   $ hwloc-assembler-remote output.xml `cat machinefile | sort | uniq`

RETURN VALUE
       Upon successful execution, hwloc-assembler-remote returns 0.

       hwloc-assembler-remote  will  return nonzero if any kind of error occurs, such as (but not
       limited to) failure to parse the command line.

SEE ALSO
       hwloc(7), lstopo(1), hwloc-assembler(1)

1.7					   Apr 07, 2013 		HWLOC-ASSEMBLER-REMOTE(1)
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