So am I! :-)
Glad you got it working.
On 8/3/06 8:04 AM, "Gunnar Johansson" <gunjo81_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your answer, but I'm very embarassed to say
> that some of our machines in our setup still had a firewall enabled.
> Which of course I should have verified in the first place, before
> posting the question here.
> Still, I'm impressed that OpenMPI still made it through the firewalls
> to some extent!
> Thanks, Gunnar Johansson
> On 8/3/06, Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Greetings Gunnar.
>> Can you provide all the information listed here:
>> For example, what version are you using? We had some bugs in the TCP
>> connection code dealing with multiple networks that were recently fixed.
>> Could you try the latest 1.1.1 beta and see if that fixes your problem?
>> On 7/25/06 11:13 AM, "Gunnar Johansson" <gunjo81_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> We have set up OpenMPI over a set of 5 machines (2 dual CPU) and get this
>>> error when trying to start an MPI application with more than 5 processes:
>>> connect() failed with errno=113
>>> Anything below 5 proc. works great. We have set the btl_tcp_if_include and
>>> and the oob_tcp_include to the correct interface to use on each machine.
>>> Anything else we can try / diagnostics to run to provide more info about the
>>> Thanks, Gunnar Johansson
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