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Re: [NMusers] Problem of using NM on Server

From: Ron Keizer <ron_at_pirana-software.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2015 18:05:15 +1100

hi Jia,

from your description it is not 100% clear to me what you want to do, i.e.
do you want to parallelize a single run to multiple threads, or do you want
to run a bootstrap in parallel (with each run on a single thread). The
latter should work out-of-the box, just run e.g. 'bootstrap -threads=5
run1.mod' (from Pirana or command line).

The former scenario requires installation of MPI software (MPICH2), or you
can use the (slower) FPI option. Please see the NM7.3 manual for more info.
After this is installed, you will be able to parallelize single NONMEM runs
to multiple threads using nmfe or PsN. For either nmfe or PsN you will need
a "parafile" in which you define some settings for your system. Example
parafiles are provided in the NONMEM manual, but can be auto-generated from
Pirana too: you would just select "auto-MPI" in the nmfe/PsN dialog, and
the number of nodes, and it will generate the parafile for you and start
the run.

Hope this helps,
Ron


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Ron Keizer, PharmD PhD
Pirana Software & Consulting BV
California / the Netherlands
www.pirana-software.com
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On Wed, Feb 11, 2015 at 2:17 PM, chenjia8599 <chenjia8599_at_126.com> wrote:

> Dear all:
> We have set up a server and I'm trying to install the NM, PsN interfaced
> with Pirrana on server. But we failed to use all threads to run NM models
> on the server. we just use PsN interfaced with pirrana to run bootstrap but
> only one thread running in a parallel. Is there any settings in pirrana or
> NM installing for use it on server? and is there any guidance to tell me
> how to use server to run NM models?
> Any feedback would be highly appreciated.
>
> Best regards
>
>
> --
> Jia Chen
>
>
>

Received on Wed Feb 11 2015 - 02:05:15 EST

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