Note that according to http://www.ohloh.net/p/openmpi, OMPI is over 3/4M lines of code. I doubt you will be able to get a thorough understanding of *all* of OMPI in a semester or two -- indeed, I doubt that any one Open MPI core developer has a thorough understanding of the whole code base (I know I don't!).
I don't say these things to discourage you; I actually just want to encourage you to set realistic expectations for what you'll be able to do.
Are there any particular areas that you'd like to focus on? MPI -- and the Open MPI implementation -- covers a *lot* of different subsystems and concepts.
On Aug 22, 2013, at 8:06 AM, mahesh <mahsh.baheti_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I am an newbie to all MPI concepts and I would like to understand the MPI source code thoroughly for
> an academic project. So, what I need is an detailed explanation of how every framework and module
> works. It would be really helpful if wise people could point me to right direction.
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