Thanks, don't know how long it would take me to find it on my own.
And thanks to you too of course, Ollie :)
On Thu, 8 Nov 2007, George Bosilca wrote:
> The real memory copy happen in the convertor, more specifically in the
> ompi_convertor_pack for the sender and in the ompi_convertor_unpack for the
> receiver. In fact, none of the BTL directly call memcpy, all memory movements
> are done via the convertor.
> On Nov 8, 2007, at 7:38 AM, Torje Henriksen wrote:
>> I have a question that I shouldn't need to ask, but I'm
>> kind of lost in the code.
>> The btl sm component is using the circular buffers to write and read
>> fragments (sending and receiving).
>> In the write_to_head and read_from_tail I can only see pointers beeing set,
>> no data being moved. So where does the actual data movement/copying take
>> place? I'm thinking maybe a callback function existing somewhere :)
>> Thank you for your help now and earlier.
>> Best regards,
>> Torje Henriksen
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