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Subject: Re: [OMPI devel] Latency optimizations
From: George Bosilca (bosilca_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-02-28 16:17:34

I have another send side optimization on the pipeline. As Galen will
take care of the receiver side, I can focused on the send side. As far
as I see, this will rip off few tens of microsecond, bringing our
latency on shared memory to basically the same level as MPICH2. This
might requires some small changes in the way the BTLs handle the send
operation, but the changes will be really minor. I'll send an RFC
around soon.


On Feb 28, 2008, at 3:36 PM, Richard Graham wrote:

> FYI, About six months ago several of us spent some time coming up
> with a
> plan to deal with the latency problems in Open MPI. George went
> ahead and
> has been implementing the send side changes of this optimization
> over the
> last several months, but has not had time to get to the receive
> side. Galen
> is picking up on this, and will be checking in changes over the next
> several
> weeks. The gist of these is going from an active-message tag
> approach with
> one tag per protocol (ptp, one-sided, etc) to an 8 bit global tag
> space, and
> finer grain functions (short message, rendezvous packet, ...), as
> well as
> some function consolidation.
> Rich
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