Hi there,
 
How about trying
"find / -name cluster.h" ?
 
If it still can't find the location, you might also want to try installing the source code and by then it should be found in YOUR_OPENSSI_SOURCE/include/linux.
 
As for the documentation you might want to try CI-Linux project page. http://ci-linux.sourceforge.net/docs.shtml
 
Note that it doesn't have documentations for every functions in cluster.h, but it has documentations from CI-Linux project, which includes functions related to the cluster status (e.g. cluster_maxnodes(), cluster_name(), etc.)
 
Good luck!
 
/Taeho
 
 


 
On 3/10/07, rabidmonkey <damianstephenlynch@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi all greets!

I have my cluster setup and ready rumble and my software written to run on
it but I cant find cluster.h or an manual for it.  I am writing in C and all
I want to to is get the total memory and free memory on the cluster.  I can
parse /proc/meminfo but that only gives me the local and I need the cluster
overview (so I know how many threads I can sporn safely)

i have tried:
updatedb
locate cluster.h

if someone could direct me to a location to get hold of cluster.h it would
be much appreciated.

thanks in advance.

RabidMonkey
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