If you have both OpenMPI 1.0.2 and 1.1 installed in separate areas
there are a lot of different ways to mess that up.
Did you configure with --prefix pointed at each of the different areas.
If both areas are in PATH or LD_LIBRARY_PATH or whatever environment
variable your compiler uses than things could be interesting (Intel
compiler using FPATH for include files).
On Jun 26, 2006, at 6:28 PM, Patrick Jessee wrote:
> Hello. Thanks for the response. We do clean configures and makes
> under /tmp, and install in a completely separate area so I don't
> see how anything from 1.0.2 could be left over in the 1.1
> installation. We aren't installing 1.1 over 1.0.2. 1.1 is
> configured, built, and installed in a completely different area.
> Michael Kluskens wrote:
>> You may have to properly uninstall OpenMPI 1.0.2 before
>> installing OpenMPI 1.1
>> This was an issue in the past.
>> I would recommend you go into your OpenMPI 1.1 directory and type
>> "make uninstall", then if you have it go into your OpenMPI 1.0.2
>> directory and do the same. If you don't have a directory with
>> OpenMPI 1.0.2 configured already then either rebuild OpenMPI 1.0.2
>> or go into /usr/local and identify all remaining OpenMPI
>> directories and components and remove them. Basically you should
>> find directories modified when you installed OpenMPI 1.1 (or when
>> you uninstalled it) and you may find components dated from when
>> you installed OpenMPI 1.0.2.
>> On Jun 26, 2006, at 4:34 PM, Benjamin Landsteiner wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I recently upgraded to v1.1 of Open MPI and ran into a problem
>>> on my
>>> head node that I can't seem to solve. Upon running mpicc, mpiCC,
>>> ++, and so forth, I get an error like this:
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