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OMPI-PS(1)							     Open MPI								OMPI-PS(1)

NAME
ompi-ps, orte-ps - Displays information about the active jobs and processes in Open MPI. NOTE: ompi-ps, and orte-ps are exact synonyms for each other. Using any of the names will result in exactly identical behavior. SYNOPSIS
ompi-ps [ options ] Options ompi-ps will display information about running job(s) in the current universe. -h | --help Display help for this command -v | --verbose Enable verbose output for debugging --daemons Display daemon job information. -j | --jobid Display the state of a specific job in the universe. By default all jobs will be displayed. -p | --vpid Display the state of a specific vpid (process) in the universe. By default all vpids cooresponding to processes will be dis- played. Must be used in conjunction with the --jobid option. -n | --nodes Display all of the allocated nodes, and their cooresponding states. By default this is disabled. -gmca | --gmca <key> <value> Pass global MCA parameters that are applicable to all contexts. <key> is the parameter name; <value> is the parameter value. -mca | --mca <key> <value> Send arguments to various MCA modules. DESCRIPTION
ompi-ps displays the state of jobs running inside an Open RTE universe. SEE ALSO
orterun(1), orte-clean(1) 1.4.5 Feb 10, 2012 OMPI-PS(1)

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OMPI-RESTART(1) 						     Open MPI							   OMPI-RESTART(1)

NAME
ompi-restart, orte-restart - Restart a previously checkpointed parallel job using the Open PAL Checkpoint/Restart Service (CRS) NOTE: ompi-restart, and orte-restart are all exact synonyms for each other. Using any of the names will result in exactly identical behav- ior. SYNOPSIS
ompi-restart [ options ] <GLOBAL SNAPSHOT HANDLE> Options ompi-restart will attempt to restart a previously checkpointed parallel job from the global snapshot handle reference returned by ompi_checkpoint. <GLOBAL SNAPSHOT HANDLE> The global snapshot handle reference returned by ompi_checkpoint, used to restart the job. This is required to be the last argu- ment to this command. -h | --help Display help for this command -p | --preload Preload the checkpoint files on the remote systems before restarting the application. Disabled by default. --fork Fork off a new process, which is the restarted process. By default, the restarted process will replace ompi-restart. -s | --seq The sequence number of the checkpoint to restart from. By default, the most recent sequence number is used (specified by -1). -hostfile | --hostfile The hostfile from which to restart the application. Useful in unscheduled environments. (Same behavior as --machinefile option) -machinefile | --machinefile The machinefile from which to restart the application. Useful in unscheduled environments. (Same behavior as --hostfile option) -v | --verbose Enable verbose output for debugging. -gmca | --gmca <key> <value> Pass global MCA parameters that are applicable to all contexts. <key> is the parameter name; <value> is the parameter value. -mca | --mca <key> <value> Send arguments to various MCA modules. DESCRIPTION
ompi-restart can be invoked multiple, non-overlapping times. This allows the user to restart a previously running parallel job. SEE ALSO
orte-ps(1), orte-clean(1), ompi-checkpoint(1), opal-checkpoint(1), opal-restart(1), opal_crs(7) 1.4.5 Feb 10, 2012 OMPI-RESTART(1)
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