Additionally, Solaris comes with the IB drivers and since the libs are
there OMPI thinks that it is available. You can suppress this message with
--mca btl_base_warn_component_unused 0
or specifically call out the btls you wish to use, example
--mca btl self,sm,tcp
Brock Palen wrote:
>It means that your OMPI was compiled to support uDAPL (a type of
>infinibad network) but that your computer does not have such a card
>installed. Because you dont it will fall back to ethernet. But
>because you are just running on a single machine. You will use the
>fastest form of communication using shared memory. so you can ignore
>that message. Unless in the future you add a uDAPL powered network
>and you still get that message then you need to worry.
>Center for Advanced Computing
>On Jun 10, 2007, at 9:18 AM, victor marian wrote:
>>I have a Pentium D computer with Solaris 10 installed.
>>I installed OpenMPI, succesfully compiled my Fortran
>>program, but when giving
>>mpirun -np 2 progexe
>>[0,1,0]: uDAPL on host SERVSOLARIS was unable to find
>>Another transport will be used instead, although this
>>may result in
>>I am a begginer in MPI and don't know what it means.
>> should I do to solve the problem?
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