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When I run the attached program with the following arguments, the size of MPI processes keep increasing alarmingly (I saw that the size grew from 18M to 12G in under 10 minutes) making me suspect that there is a major memory leak:
mpirun -am ft-enable-cr --mca coll basic -np 2 <name of the executable>
If I run this program without checkpoint control ie; remove "-am ft-enable-cr", the size of MPI processes stays constant.
Also if I run this program without setting "--mca coll basic", the size of the MPI processes stays constant.
I set the mca parameter to "--mca coll basic" during my debugging attempts of the problem related to checkpointing the program that has repetitive MPI_Bcast() calls.
FYI, I am using OpenMPI v1.4.2 with BLCR 0.8.2
Ananda B Mudar, PMP
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