Sorry for the noise. I found MPI_Init_thread and installed 1.2.4.
Seems to be fine now!
Thanks for the great work on the multi-threaded MPI codes!
On Nov 7, 2007 8:04 PM, Brian Budge <brian.budge_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi All -
> I am working on a networked cache for an out-of-core application, and
> currently I have it set up where I have several worker threads, and
> one "request" thread per node. The worker threads check the cache on
> their own node first, and if there's a miss, they make a request to
> the other nodes in the cluster to see who has the data. The request
> thread answers requests, and if a node is chosen to deliver data, the
> request thread spawns another thread to handle that particular
> Currently my application dies in MPI_Barrier before any computation
> begins (but after my request threads are spawned). After looking into
> this a bit, it seems that OpenMPI has to have thread support to handle
> a model like this (i.e. multiple Sends and Recvs happening at once per
> process). According to
> > ompi_info | grep Thread
> Thread support: posix (mpi: no, progress: no)
> I don't have this thread support. I am running OpenMPI v 1.1.2 (the
> latest openmpi package in Gentoo). Can anyone make a recommendation
> for what would be the version to try?