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Problem in Task distribution
« on: December 21, 2009, 07:48:18 PM »

Hi Laurent,

  This is Vikas, I have executed 6 tasks in 5 nodes(CPU)(1 server+4 client),after execution i saw only 3 task executed in client computer (node) and other 3 in server computer. But,i want to execute only 1 task in server computer and others in node. How I will do?

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Re: Problem in Task distribution
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2009, 05:31:43 AM »

Hello Vikas,

I'm not sure to understand your configuration, is there any possibility to clarify?

Here's my understanding in JPPF terms:
- you have 5 machines
- 1 machine has a JPPF server running on it (and one node?)
- the 4 other machines have each a JPPF node running on it
- you execute a JPPF job with 6 tasks in it
- you want 1 task executed at a time on each node

Is this correct?

If it is, then what I would suggest is to configure the server's load balancing to ensure that only one task at a time is sent to each node.
To do this, edit the server's configuration file and make sure you have the following lines:
Code: [Select]
# algorithm name
jppf.load.balancing.algorithm = manual
# name of the set of parameter values or profile for the algorithm
jppf.load.balancing.strategy = manual_profile
# "manual" profile
strategy.manual_profile.size = 1

Otherwise, if my understanding is not correct, could you please clarify it?

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