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Killing orphaned process in MPI for Windows

haim_mo
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Hi,

I am using Intel MPI 3.1 for Windows.
On per need basis - I need to launch mpiexec with parameters to perform certain tasks from another process ("hosting process").
I need to take care of situations where the "hosting process" dies and leaves orpahed "MPI" processes.

Looking through the Linux reference manual I can see that using mpdlistjobs and mpdkilljob this task is doable.

I was not able to find any windows equivalents through the smpd in Windows.
Do such equivalents exist? If not, what is the recommended approach to handle such situations in Windows?

Thanks,
Moshe.



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