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Subject: Re: [OMPI devel] MPIR_Breakpoint visibility
From: Samuel K. Gutierrez (samuel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-21 10:26:11


According to our TotalView person, PGI and Intel versions of OMPI
1.3.3 are not working properly. She noted that 1.2.8 and 1.3.2 work


Samuel K. Gutierrez

On Sep 21, 2009, at 7:19 AM, Terry Dontje wrote:

> Ralph Castain wrote:
>> I see it declared "extern" in orte/tools/orterun/debuggers.h, but
>> not DECLSPEC'd
>> FWIW: LANL uses intel compilers + totalview on a regular basis, and
>> I have yet to hear of an issue.
> It actually will work if you attach to the job or if you are not
> relying on the MPIR_Breakpoint to actually stop execution.
> --td
>> On Sep 21, 2009, at 7:03 AM, Terry Dontje wrote:
>>> I was kind of amazed no one else managed to run into this but it
>>> was brought to my attention that compiling OMPI with Intel
>>> compilers and visibility on that the MPIR_Breakpoint symbol was
>>> not being exposed. I am assuming this is due to MPIR_Breakpoint
>>> not being ORTE or OMPI_DECLSPEC'd
>>> Do others agree or am I missing something obvious here?
>>> Interestingly enough, it doesn't look like gcc, pgi, pathscale or
>>> sun compilers are hiding the MPIR_Breakpoint symbol.
>>> --td
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