And when I try to run gwhost from terminal, I got following output.....
HID PRI OS ARCH MHZ %CPU MEM(F/T) DISK(F/T) NODES(U/F/T) LRMS HOSTNAME
0 1 0 0 0/0 0M/0M 0/0/0 192.168.0.179
It seems it does not contains all information.
I could not understand, what's going wrong?
And another question......
I am using a grid environment which has three machine.I am not administrator of my grid environment. So, what I need to do or what file do I need to edit to see all the information about all machine using gwhost command.
Unfortunately, I've got a feeling no one here can help you. I'd never heard of Gridway before, and when I went to check it out, I couldn't see how it fits into Tomcat (if it does). From what I was able to glean, Gridway is a system for multi-system parallel computing more or less like Beowulf. But I didn't see where it actually fitted into webservers in general or Tomcat in particular.
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Thanks for your reply.........
no.. no.. I am also not trying to do that.............
that is another problem, I faced when using globus with gridway....
But I will try it in future because tomcat acts as a webservice container like globus container.. Gridway is using globus..
So I will try to integrate in future, not now............
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
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