Yes, I am using 1.1.1. Any suggestions on how fix this?
On Wed, 2006-10-18 at 10:27 -0700, Brian Barrett wrote:
> Ah, are you using Open MPI 1.1.x, by chance? The wrapper compilers
> need to be able to find a text file in $prefix/share/openmpi/, where
> $prefix is the prefix you gave when you configured Open MPI. If that
> path is different on two hosts, the wrapper compilers can't find the
> text file, and things fall apart.
> There's supposed to be an error message from the wrapper compilers
> when this occurs. Unfortunately, there is a bug in the 1.1.x wrapper
> compilers such that they just exit with a non-zero exit status
> without printing that error message. Not friendly, unfortunately.
> On Oct 18, 2006, at 9:37 AM, Dan Cardin wrote:
> > I found my problem. I installed my openmpi onto an nfs share that
> > resides on another machine. If I login to the machine where the nfs
> > share is physically I can compile and run the hello world.
> > This is my first cluster build. Does anyone have a suggestion how I
> > can
> > keeps this on a nfs share and make it work? Thank you
> > Mac os x 10.3 cluster
> > -dan
> > On Tue, 2006-10-17 at 22:15 -0600, Brian Barrett wrote:
> >> On Oct 17, 2006, at 6:41 PM, Dan Cardin wrote:
> >>> Hello all, I have installed openmpi on a small apple panther
> >>> cluster.
> >>> The install went smoothly but when I compile a program with
> >>> mpicc helloworld.c -o hello
> >>> No files or message are ever generated. Any help would be
> >>> appreciated.
> >> What version of Open MPI are you using? Also, what is the output of:
> >> mpicc -showme
> >> Thanks,
> >> Brian
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