Actually, I have been able to duplicate Luke's problem and hope to
have a fix this morning. I'll post more details when I have the fix.
On Jan 19, 2006, at 10:37 AM, George Bosilca wrote:
> I don't have access to exactly the same OS like you describe, but I
> was able to run your example (using the same compilation flags as
> you) on the following environments:
> - 32 bits Intel Redhat Nahant 2
> - 32 bits Debian testing/unstable
> - 64 bits MAC OS X
> I even run the Netpipe benchmark with success on the same systems.
> However, there was an issue with our internal list management that
> was showing up [mostly] for the shared memory device. It's fixed now
> on SVN (from revision 8749).
> Please update you Open MPI copy (the changes are not yet in the
> nightly build so you have to checkout via SVN) and try again.
> On Jan 18, 2006, at 2:12 PM, Luke Schierer wrote:
>> If we compile openmpi with support for posix threads (./configure
>> --prefix=/usr/local --enable-mpi-threads --with-threads=posix), mpi
>> hangs even with simple commands like
>> mpiexec --host localhost --np 1 hostname
>> lock up, and have to be killed. If we compile without the --with-
>> it works fine. We've tried this with both 1.0.1 and 1.0.2a3 on a
>> release 4.2 install (CentOS is the same as Redhat, built from the
>> same sources,
>> just without the trademarked name and the support), and on a Debian
>> unstable install. Does anyone have any ideas on getting openmpi to
>> work with posix thread support?
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> half may reach you"
> Kahlil Gibran
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