I am not able to reproduce this problem on a non-threaded build, can
you try taking a fresh src package and configuring without thread
support. I am wondering if this is simply a threading issue. I did
note that you said you configured both with and without threads but
try the configure on a fresh source, not on one that had previously
been configured with thread support.
On Jan 18, 2006, at 2:13 PM, Jean-Christophe Hugly wrote:
> I have been trying for the past few days to get an MPI application
> pallas bm) to run with ompi and openib.
> My environment:
> . two quad cpu hosts with one mlx hca each.
> . the hosts are running suse10 (kernel 2.6.13) with the latest
> (close to
> it) from openib. (rev 4904, specifically)
> . opensm runs on third machine with the same os.
> . openmpi is built from openmpi-1.1a1r8727.tar.bz2
> . openib seems to behave ok (ipoib works, rdma_bw and rdma_lat
> work, osm
> . I can mpirun any non-mpi program like ls, hostname, or ompi_info all
> . I can mpirun the pallas bm on any single host (the local one or the
> . I can mpirun the pallas bm on the two nodes provided that I disable
> the openib btl
> . If I try to use the openib btl, the bm does not start (at best I get
> the initial banner, sometimes not). On both hosts, I see that the PMB
> processes (the correct number for each host) use 99% cpu.
> I obtained the exact same behaviour with the following src packages:
> Earlier on, I also did the same experiment with openmpi-1.0.1 and the
> stock gen2 of the suse kernel; same thing.
> For building, I tried the following variants:
> ./configure --prefix=/opt/ompi --enable-mpi-threads --enable-
> ./configure --prefix=/opt/ompi
> ./configure --prefix=/opt/ompi --disable-smp-locks
> I also tried many variations to mca-params.conf. What I normally
> use for trying openib is:
> rmaps_base_schedule_policy = node
> btl = ^tcp
> mpi_paffinity_alone = 1
> The mpirun cmd I normally use is:
> mpirun -prefix /opt/ompi -wdir `pwd` -machinefile /root/machines -
> np 2 PMB-MPI1
> My machine file being:
> bench1 slots=4 max-slots=4
> bench2 slots=4 max-slots=4
> Am I doing something obviously wrong ?
> Thanks for any help !
> Jean-Christophe Hugly <jice_at_[hidden]>
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