Tobias Hilbrich wrote:
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>> Datum: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 17:05:47 -0400
>> Von: Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]>
>> An: Open MPI Developers <devel_at_[hidden]>
>> Betreff: Re: [OMPI devel] Hybrid examples
>> We've never made our ompi-tests SVN repository public mainly because
>> it's mainly a collection of MPI benchmarks and tests that we've
>> collected from around the net, but we've never looked into
>> redistribution rights. Hence, our SVN is not publicly readable.
>> As the SVN URL implies, the thread tests came from Sun, so I think
>> it's up to them as to whether they want them to be public or not.
> thanks for your answer, is anyone from Sun here ?
> I am still interested in these tests.
Yes Sun is here. We'd be more than happy to have you use the source.
Though I still wonder since
U Dresden is a member of the Community why you don't request access to
the ompi-test repository
(Edgar Gabriel mentioned this earlier). I would rather you do that and
possibly put back any potential
bug fixes there instead of creating and maintaining your own private
> mfg Tobias Hilbrich
>> On Oct 4, 2007, at 7:22 AM, Tobias Hilbrich wrote:
>>> I am a developer of MARMOT (MPI Checker) and currently working on
>>> support for
>>> MPI_THREAD_MULTIPLE programs. Therefore I am looking for test
>>> examples which
>>> are realy rare. I heard from Matthias Müller that you have a suit
>>> of test
>>> programs that use MPI_THREAD_MULTIPLE. They should be located at:
>>> Unfortunatly I and also the other people here in Dresden have no
>>> access to
>>> these examples. So it would be nice to get a login or to get these
>>> in some other way.
>>> mfg Tobias Hilbrich
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