XGrid IP Addresses

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--Thiebaut 22:00, 20 September 2008 (UTC)

It turns out that we don't need IP addresses to program the XGrid. I was used to PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine) and MPI (Message Passing Interface), where this was information needed to harness machines into a "virtual machine". XGrid does it differently. So, I'll put the IPs of people's machines here, but there's not really needed.


To find your IP address, you have several solutions:

  • right-click on the green dot at the top of the screen (BWanaDik) and get it from the External IP
  • open a Terminal window and type /sbin/ifconfig | grep 131 and lift the first address from the line.


Individual machines

Remember that the users' IP addresses might change with time, as they are dynamic!

IP User
131.229.113.231
Nick (as of 9/24/08)
131.229.81.78
Joe
131.229.81.82
Dominique (also accessible as xgridmac.dyndns.org)

XGrid Array

IP Machine Name/Function
131.229.72.40 mathgrid0 Xgrid Controller; Head node
131.229.72.41 mathgrid1 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.42 mathgrid2 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.43 mathgrid3 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.44 mathgrid4 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.45 mathgrid5 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.46 mathgrid6 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.47 mathgrid7 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.48 mathgrid8 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.49 mathgrid9 Xgrid agent
131.229.72.50 mathgrid10 Xgrid agent