Release Notes: Support for PM/Myrinet2XP devices and X11 relay has been restored. This release adds checkpointing, autoconfiguration, and dynamic reconfiguration. It eliminates the need for kernel patching through the use of modules. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Linux 2.6.11. A patchless PM/Ethernet driver has been introduced. Standard pipes and environment variables are handled correctly. Experimental support for Infiniband has been introduced. There are other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: PathScale compiler can now be used as a backend compiler. PBS and sctop now work on the IA64. Checkpoint/restart and C++ now work on AMD64. Binary compatibility now works correctly with versions 5.2 upwards, except for 5.8.1. truncate() and ftruncate() now work.
Release Notes: Bugs have been fixed and support for Linux 2.4.21 has been added.
Release Notes: Performance improvements, bugfixes, support for kernel 2.4.19, and support for Red Hat 7.3, 8.0, and Advanced Workstation 2.1 (IA64).
Release Notes: The Checkpoint facility is also available under the single user mode. IA-64 is supported. Red Hat 7.3 is supported. The compiler description format is changed. MPICH 1.2.4 is supported. OpenPBS is supported. SCore libraries for Intel, PGI, and Fujitsu comiplers are included. The -l option of the sc_qsub command is available. EIT supports the e1000, bcm5700, and hamachi drivers. Those are Gigabit Ethernet.
Release Notes: Distribution under the LGPL license, Linux 2.4.18 support (RedHat 7.2), and a fix for a bug with 1 GB or larger physical main memory.
Release Notes: PVM/SCore support for PM/Ethernet, a fix for self-checking of PM/Ethernet Network Trunking, PM/SCI fixes, PBS works more than 512 node, PM/Ethernet works using 3Com 3c590, and an installation document for installing from binary RPM and from source.
Release Notes: Linux Kernel 2.4.10 support (RedHat 7.1), basic benchmark programs were added. Checkpoint/Restart now supports disk parity to recover from one host crash. MPE was updated to mpich 1.2.1.
Release Notes: Support for Linux 2.4 and Red Hat 7.1.