Yes, I've added them to my Cisco MTT ini files in the ompi-svn repo. Look in cisco/mtt/usnic/usnic-trunk.ini and usnic-v1.7.ini.
All relevant sections have "oshmem" in them.
Most are copied from the Mellanox examples, but I made a few tweaks/improvements here and there. I also anticipate adjusting some of the timeouts as we get a few MTT oshmem runs done in some of the sections for some longer-running tests (at np=32 and possibly 64).
On Feb 20, 2014, at 10:34 AM, Ralph Castain <rhc_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Could you send along the relevant mtt .ini sections?
> On Feb 20, 2014, at 7:10 AM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> For all of these, I'm using the openshmem test suite that is now committed to the ompi-svn SVN repo. I don't know if the errors are with the tests or with oshmem itself.
>> 1. I'm running the oshmem test suite at 32 processes across 2 16-core servers. I'm seeing a segv in "examples/shmem_2dheat.x 10 10". It seems to run fine at lower np values such as 2, 4, and 8; I didn't try to determine where the crossover to badness occurs.
>> 2. "examples/adjacent_32bit_amo.x 10 10" seems to hang with both tcp and usnic BTLs, even when running at np=2 (I let it run for several minutes before killing it).
>> 3. Ditto for "example/ptp.x 10 10".
>> 4. "examples/shmem_matrix.x 10 10" seems to run fine at np=32 on usnic, but hangs with TCP (i.e., I let it run for 8+ minutes before killing it -- perhaps it would have finished eventually?).
>> ...there's more results (more timeouts and more failures), but they're not yet complete, and I've got to keep working on my own features for v1.7.5, so I need to move to other things right now.
>> I think I have oshmem running well enough to add these to Cisco's nightly MTT runs now, so the results will start showing up there without needing my manual attention.
>> Jeff Squyres
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