Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Jul 23, 2008, at 10:37 AM, Terry Dontje wrote:
>> This seems to work for me too. What is interesting is my experiments
>> have shown that if you run on RH5.1 you don't need to set
>> mpi_yield_when_idle to 0.
> Yes, this makes sense -- on RHEL5.1, it's a much newer Linux kernel
> and PLPA works as expected there. So ODLS uses the values that PLPA
> passes back and all is good.
> On older Linux kernels, we're effectively returning "not supported"
> from paffinity, and therefore ODLS (rightly) assumes that it can't
> know anything and puts us into the "oversubscribed" state.
> I'm working on a fix.
Ok, so I thought I saw slow down with Solaris. Not sure it is the same
thing (wouldn't think so) but I'll test this out soon.