I've run this test before (didnt keep the results but can run it again).
I got debug output and compared it with the output from a hwloc test
and I noticed that my program did not show any PU objects were discovered.
In my program the first discovered topology is just a Machine object,
but in the hwloc program its a Machine object and 64 PU objects.
something went wrong in PU detection...
On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Brice Goglin <Brice.Goglin_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Le 22/03/2012 23:07, Daniel Ibanez a Ã©crit :
> > I suspected this might be the reason, so I called "nm"
> > with the static versions of the libraries their compiler wrappers
> > link against and I could not find the term "hwloc" in the output.
> > Is this a valid test?
> If your hwloc is still compiled with debug enabled, you can rebuild/run
> your MPI program with it. You should get the huge verbose output on
> stderr as long as you call hwloc_topology_init() and load(). If you
> don't get anything, some other hwloc is used instead of yours.