On Wed, Jan 30, 2008 at 06:48:54PM +0100, Adrian Knoth wrote:
> > What is the real issue behind this whole discussion?
> Hanging connections.
> I'll have a look at it tomorrow.
To everybody who's interested in BTL-TCP, especially George and (to a
minor degree) rhc:
I've integrated something what I call "magic address selection code".
See the comments in r17348.
Can you check
if it's working for you? Read: multi-rail TCP, FNN, whatever is
important to you?
The code is proof of concept and could use a little tuning (if it's
working at all. Over here, it satisfies all tests).
I vaguely remember that at least Ralph doesn't like
int a[perm_size * sizeof(int)];
where perm_size is dynamically evaluated (read: array size is runtime
There are also some large arrays, search for MAX_KERNEL_INTERFACE_INDEX.
Perhaps it's better to replace them with an appropriate OMPI data
structure. I don't know what fits best, you guys know the details...
So please give the code a try, and if it's working, feel free to cleanup
whatever is necessary to make it the OMPI style or give me some pointers
what to change.
I'd like to point to Thomas' diploma thesis. The PDF explains the theory
behind the code, it's like an rationale. Unfortunately, the PDF has some
typos, but I guess you'll get the idea. It's a graph matching algorithm,
Chapter 3 covers everything in detail:
Cluster and Metacomputing Working Group
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany