I can't quite parse your question.
In general, if libmpi.so is not in your default linker search path, you probably need to add it to your LD_LIBRARY_PATH (e.g., in your shell startup file, such as .bashrc).
This will be true regardless of whether you are using real machines or virtual machines on EC2 (or any other cloud).
On Mar 30, 2012, at 8:20 PM, seshendra seshu wrote:
> This is seshendra, presently doing my Master thesis.
> I have trying to install openMPI on cloud provided by Aamazon EC2, the
> problem is"i have configured the 3 node cluster which was supported by
> UNIVA in amazon, then i have installed open MPI on all the nodes, but when i
> tried to run the MPI programs Then i have got an libmpi.so is not installed and how to connect the other nodes in cluster to participate in computing the problem that is parallely executing the program.So can you please guide in configuring the Open MPI in cloud with the nodes present in the cluster"
> WITH REGARDS
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