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Print list of current pvm groups
Executable programs or shell commands
Portable make wrapper script
Pvm shared memory (2) daemon
Pvm c and fortran programming libraries
Add hosts to the virtual machine.
Install or remove message-handler functions.
Controls use of direct task-to-task routing. [in version 3.2: replaced by pvm_setopt]
Returns the data representation code for a pvm architecture name.
Blocks the calling process until all processes in a group have called it.
Broadcasts the data in the active message buffer to a group of processes.
Returns information about a message buffer.
Catch output from child tasks.
Returns information about the present virtual machine configuration.
Delete data from pvmd database [in version 3.4: relaced by pvm_delinfo]
Deletes hosts from the virtual machine.
Tells the local pvmd that this process is leaving pvm.
Mark environment variables to export through spawn
Disposes of a message buffer.
Freezes dynamic group membership and caches info locally
A specified member of the group receives messages from each member of the group and gathers these messages into a single array.
Get file descriptors in use by pvm.
Returns the instance number in a group of a pvm process.
Returns the value of libpvm options.
Returns the message buffer identifier for the active receive buffer.
Returns the message buffer identifier for the active send buffer.
Returns the tid of the process identified by a group name and instance number.
Returns the number of members presently in the named group.
Shuts down the entire pvm system.
Get time-of-day clock from pvm host.
Clear default send buffer and specify message encoding.
Store data in pvmd database [in version 3.4: relaced by pvm_putinfo]
Enrolls the calling process in a named group.
Terminates a specified pvm process.
Retrieve data from pvmd database [in version 3.4: relaced by pvm_getinfo]
Unenrolls the calling process from a named group.
Multicasts the data in the active message buffer to a set of tasks.
Creates a new message buffer.
Returns the status of a host in the virtual machine.
Returns the tid of the calling process.
Request new context. pvm_setcontext - change context. pvm_freecontext - free existing context. pvm_getcontext - get current context.
Request notification of pvm event such as host failure.
Returns the tid of the process that spawned the calling process.
Prints message describing the last error returned by a pvm call.
Pack messages into other messages.
Receive a message directly into a buffer.
Check if message has arrived.
Pack and send data in one call.
Returns the status of the specified pvm process.
Store and retrieve messages in global mailbox.
Receive a message.
Redefines the comparison function used to accept messages.
Performs a reduction operation over members of the specified group.
Register task as pvm slave starter.
Register task as pvm resource manager.
Register task as pvm task starter.
Sends to each member of a group a section of an array from a specified member of the group.
Immediately sends the data in the active message buffer.
Sends a signal to another pvm process.
Sets automatic error message printing on or off. [in version 3.2: replaced by pvm_setopt]
Get or set header information of a message.
Get or set wait id of a message. [in version 3.4: relaced by pvm_getminfo and pvm_setminfo]
Sets libpvm options.
Switches the active receive buffer and saves the previous buffer.
Switches the active send buffer.
Get or set trace mask of a task or its children.
Return the number and associated task ids of processes that were started together in a single spawn call.
Starts new pvm processes.
Starts new pvm daemon.
Returns information about the tasks running on the virtual machine.
Returns the host of the specified pvm process.
Receive with timeout.