> Guess what - we don't always put them out there because - tada - we don't
> use them! What goes out on the backend is a stripped down version of
> libraries we require. Given the huge number of libraries people provide
> (looking at the bigger, beyond OMPI picture), it consumes a lot of limited
> disk space to install every library on every node. So sometimes we build our
> own rpm's to pick up only what we need.
> As long as --without-rdmacm --without-ibcm are present, then we are happy.
I recently added options that allow enable/disable all the *cm stuff:
--enable-openib-ibcm Enable Open Fabrics IBCM support in openib BTL
--enable-openib-rdmacm Enable Open Fabrics RDMACM support in openib BTL