The OSHMEM update is now in the 1.7.5 tarball - I would appreciate it if people could exercise the tarball to ensure nothing broke. Note that shmem examples are executing, but shmemrun is hanging instead of exiting. Mellanox is looking into the problem.

For now, I just want to verify that MPI operations remain stable.

Thanks
Ralph

On Feb 7, 2014, at 2:09 PM, Paul Hargrove <phhargrove@lbl.gov> wrote:

Ralph,

I'll try to test tonight's v1.7 taball for:
+ ia64 atomics (#4174)
+ bad getpwuid (#4164)
+ opalpath_nfs/EPERM (#4125)
+ torque smp (#4227)

All but torque are fully-automated tests and I need only check my email for the results.
The torque one will require manual job submission.

-Paul


On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 1:55 PM, Ralph Castain <rhc@open-mpi.org> wrote:
Hi folks

As you may have noticed, I've been working my way thru the CMR backlog on 1.7.5. A large percentage of them were minor fixes (valgrind warning suppressions, error message typos, etc.), so those went in the first round. Today's round contains more "meaty" things, but I still consider them fairly low risk as the code coverage impacted is contained.

I'm going to let this run thru tonight's MTT - if things look okay tomorrow, I will roll the OSHMEM cmr into 1.7.5 over the weekend. This is quite likely to destabilize the branch, so I expect to see breakage in the resulting MTT reports. We'll deal with it as we go.

Beyond that, there are still about a dozen CMRs in the system awaiting review. Jeff has the majority, followed by Nathan. If folks could please review them early next week, I would appreciate it.

Thanks
Ralph

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