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On 02/02/12 00:20, Brice Goglin wrote:
> This looks very bad. It means something screwed the already very complex
> sched_setaffinity detection code.
> Does XLC redefine its own sched_setaffinity functions? Can you find the
> relevant header file and send it?
Hmm, I can only find some library matches..
tambo-m:/opt/ibmcmp/vacpp/bg/9.0 # cd
tambo-m:~ # grep -R setaffinity /opt/ibmcmp/
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/lib/bg/bglib/libxlsmp.so.1 matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/lib/bg/libxlsmp.so.1 matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/lib/libxlsmp.so.1 matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/lib64/bg/libxlsmp.so.1 matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/lib64/libxlsmp.so.1 matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/lib/libxlsmp.so matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/lib/libxlsmp.a matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/bglib/libxlsmp.so matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/bglib/libxlsmp.a matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/lib64/libxlsmp.so matches
Binary file /opt/ibmcmp/xlsmp/bg/1.7/lib64/libxlsmp.a matches
> PGI had similar problems at some point. That's very annoying.
> This explains why binding tests broke.
Christopher Samuel - Senior Systems Administrator
VLSCI - Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative
Email: samuel_at_[hidden] Phone: +61 (0)3 903 55545
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