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How should I edit machines.LINUX file for my cluster?

jen_i_
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Hello everybody:

I am a new user for cluster, recently I updated intel composer XE 2013 to compile fortran,

I found in Readme.txt which says I need a machines.LINUX file to make sure I can use every node to run fortran program.

How should I edit the machines.LINUX file correctly? I had found some example, e.g.

BASH: cluster_prereq_is_remote_dir_mounted(): compute-11-37 <- /opt/intel -> compute-12-26
BASH: cluster_prereq_is_remote_dir_mounted(): compute-11-37 <- /opt/intel -> compute-12-27
BASH: cluster_prereq_is_remote_dir_mounted(): compute-11-37 <- /opt/intel -> compute-12-28
...

or

clusternode01

clusternode02

clusternode03

...

 

what is the format correct?I am very confuse about that, please help me, thanks so much!!

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