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On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 09:20:45AM -0500, Tim Mattox wrote:
> > As mentioned earlier: it's very common to have multiple addresses per
> > interface, and it's the kernel who assigns the source address, so
> > there's nothing one could say about an incoming connection. Only that it
> > could be any of all exported addresses. Any.
> This is only partially correct. Yes, by default the Linux kernel will
> fill in the IP header with any of the IP addresses associated with
I just reverted the patch and will look for a fix. As Jeff always says:
Let OMPI work out of the box.
So I cannot rely on special /proc settings.
Anyway, thanks for the pointer.
Cluster and Metacomputing Working Group
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany