CCL:G: Running Two jobs on a shared memory computer

 Sent to CCL by: Marcel Drabbels []
 Dear Roger,
This sounds very much like the problem we recently encountered with Gaussian when we tried to run it on our dual opteron system running SUSE 9.3. Most of the time jobs making use of two processors crashed. The people at Gaussian suggested that this might be caused by a bug in the older LINUX kernels that caused a race condition. We recently updated our kernel to version 2.6.16. And indeed the problems have disappeared.
 At 17-05-06 13:09, you wrote:
 Sent to CCL by: Roger Kevin Robinson [r.robinson|,|]
     I have several shared processor opterons. At the moment I can not
 run guassian on two shared memory processors with out it crashing.
 If I try to run two jobs separately the both end up running on the same
 Is there any way to get both jobs to run on separate processors.
 Thanks Roger====================================================================
 Dr. Marcel Drabbels
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