All thread support is disabled by default in Open MPI; the uDAPL BTL is
neither thread safe nor makes use of a threaded uDAPL implementation.
For completeness, the thread support is controlled by the
--enable-mpi-threads and --enable-progress-threads options to the
The referense you're seeing to libpthread.so.0 is a side effect of the
way we print backtraces when crashes occur and can be ignored.
How exactly does your MPI program fail? Make sure you take a look at
http://www.open-mpi.org/community/help/ and provide all relevant
Mostyn Lewis wrote:
> I'm trying to build a udapl OpenMPI from last Friday's SVN and using
> Qlogic/QuickSilver/SilverStorm 126.96.36.199.1 software. I can get it
> made and it works in machine. With IB between 2 machines is fails
> near termination of a job. Qlogic says they don't have a threaded
> udapl (libpthread is in the traceback).
> How do you (can you?) configure pthreads away alltogether?
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