Date of Award
Master of Science in Computer Science
School of Computer Science and Engineering
First Reader/Committee Chair
Dr. Ernesto Gomez
The main aim of the project is to launch multiple processes and have those processes communicate with each other using peer to peer communication to eliminate the problems of multiple processes running on a single server, and multiple processes running on inhomogeneous servers as well as the problems of scalability. This entire process is done using MPICH which is a high performance and portable implementation of Message Passing Interface standard.
The project involves setting up the passwordless authentication between two local servers with the help of SSH connection. By establishing a peer to peer communication and by using a unique shell script which is written using MPICH and its derivatives, I am going to demonstrate the process of inter-process communication between the servers.
Narla, Nagabhavana, "INTER PROCESS COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TWO SERVERS USING MPICH" (2018). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 718.