I am not one of the 1.3 release managers, but do serve as gatekeeper.
From what I see in the automated nightly tests, we are certainly no
earlier than 3-4 weeks from release.
Lots of errors in the nightly tests, and no visible high-priority
effort under way to identify root causes and fix them. So it looks
like this will be a little while.
On Sep 27, 2009, at 5:31 PM, Chris Samuel wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Just wondered if there was any idea of when OMPI 1.3.4
> might be released ? I know the correct answer is "when
> it's ready" (:-)) but was curious if there was any thoughts
> on a timeframe ?
> The cpuset aware CPU affinity code would be very useful
> to us to fix up some codes that sometimes get stuck sharing
> cores with others free (presumably a kernel process scheduler
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