Good call; yes.
Marco: is there any chance you can run Open MPI through the MPI Testing Tool (MTT) on a regular basis, and submit your results to mtt.open-mpi.org?
You can run as few or as many tests a night as you want. For example, the Absoft compiler company runs only hello world and ring MPI tests each night (i.e., their goal is to ensure that everything is *compiling* correctly with their compiler, and then they only have to run a small number of tests to ensure that stuff is actually running properly).
I'd be happy to chat with you about this to get you started with MTT.
On Oct 4, 2013, at 7:33 AM, marco atzeri <marco.atzeri_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Il 10/4/2013 1:08 PM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) ha scritto:
>> This is in the README -- is it still accurate? I'm thinking that all Solaris support should move to the "lightly but not fully tested" category, for example:
>> - Systems that have been tested are:
>> - Linux (various flavors/distros), 32 bit, with gcc
>> - Linux (various flavors/distros), 64 bit (x86), with gcc, Absoft,
>> Intel, Portland, and Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 compilers (*)
>> - OS X (10.5, 10.6, 10.7), 32 and 64 bit (x86_64), with gcc and
>> Absoft compilers (*)
>> - Oracle Solaris 10 and 11, 64 bit (SPARC, i386, x86_64),
>> with Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 and 12.3
>> (*) Be sure to read the Compiler Notes, below.
>> - Other systems have been lightly (but not fully tested):
>> - Other 64 bit platforms (e.g., Linux on PPC64)
>> - 32-bit Solaris
> you can add on the "Other systems"
> Cygwin 32 & 64 bit with gcc
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