Osland, CD (Chris)
C.D.Osland at rl.ac.uk
Fri Nov 19 03:49:18 CST 2004
I totally agree; all-Windows, all-Linux, mixed: all work. I don't
know the status of AG on Macs these days because we don't use them.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov [mailto:owner-ag-tech at mcs.anl.gov]On
> Behalf Of Christoph Willing
> Sent: 19 November 2004 03:43
> To: Natalia Costas Lago
> Cc: AG-TECH list
> Subject: Re: [AG-TECH] multinode?
> On 19/11/2004, at 3:48 AM, Natalia Costas Lago wrote:
> > mmm... r u sure? I thought the reason of the linux nodes was the
> > possibility of accessing the grid by means of globus.
> > Am I wrong??
> The globus stuff exists in the Windows version of the AG2 toolkit too.
> While the answers below to the original question are strictly correct,
> one can also ask/respond:
> Can a multisystem node use linux as all three computers?
> What is the purpose of windows .... do I need it?
> > > Can a multisystem node use winXP as all three computers?
> > yes
> > > What is the purpose of the linux .... do I need it?
> > no
> Christoph Willing Ph: +61 7 3365 8350
> QPSF Access Grid Manager
> University of Queensland
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