Using Accelerator Tools

The following table is an overview of useful tools installed during the Accelerator product installation. Table columns are defined as follows:

  • File —Lists the tool file names in alphabetical order

  • Location —Shows where the files are installed; for example: cm is the Cluster Manager machine

  • Description —Provides a short description or reference

File Location Description

clusterdownload

cm, agent, emake

Downloads files to the host. See Using Cluster Manager Administration Tools .

clusterexec

cm, agent, emake

Runs commands on agent hosts. See Using Cluster Manager Administration Tools .

clusterupload

cm, agent, emake

Uploads files to agent hosts. See Using Cluster Manager Administration Tools .

cmtool

cm, agent, emake

Command-Line tool for Cluster Manager.

ecagent_restart /etc/init.d/ecagent restart

agent

Restarts the agent service or daemon. See Using ecagent Tools .

ecagent_start /etc/init.d/ecagent start

agent

Starts the agent service or daemon. See Using ecagent Tools .

ecagent_stop /etc/init.d/ecagent stop

agent

Stops the agent service or daemon. See Using ecagent Tools .

ecbreakpoint

agent

Debugging tool for problematic job steps and stalled processes during the build.

eccc

cm, agent, emake

A wrapper for SunForte Compiler Suite and Sun ONE Studio/Sun Workshop if you are experiencing excessive serialization in your build.

ecconfig

agent

Reconfigures agents. See Using ecconfig .

ecinstconf

cm, agent

Configures Cluster Manager and agent settings. See Using ecinstconf .

eclock

cm, emake

Serializes multiple runnings of a program. For example, it may not be safe to run two copies of a particular application to run simultaneously on a single computer, even if it is run by different users. Use eclock (typically in makefiles) to cause various invocations of that program to wait for each other. See Using eclock .

emake

cm, agent, emake

Accelerator’s eMake component. For details about eMake, see eMake Command-Line Options, Variables, and Configuration File.