On Aug 23, 2005, at 7:35 PM, Jonathan Day wrote:
> I notice that MIPS is not listed amongst the "known"
> architectures in the README, and on trying to compile
> OpenMPI on a Linux/MIPS64 platform it blew up in the
> configuration code.
Correct. The only MIPS machines most of the developers have access
to are some SGI workstations sitting in a lab in Indiana University's
fine arts building. The fine arts grad students get really confused
when you start firing up MPI jobs on the workstations, so we don't
test on that platform very often ;).
> Having said that, there does seem to be MIPS stuff in
> those directories listing assembly code, but I do NOT
> know if this includes MIPS64 support.
I believe the workstations are at least R10K, at one time Open MPI
has run on 64 bit MIPS machines.
> The exact error message I'm getting is:
> configure: error: No atomic primitives available for
Can you send config.log to the list? It has oodles of information
that will help figure out what is going on.
Open MPI developer