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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] problem when mpi_paffinity_alone is set to 1
From: Ralph Castain (rhc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-22 09:16:00

Okay, I'll look into it. I suspect the problem is due to the
redefinition of the paffinity API to clarify physical vs logical
processors - more than likely, the maffinity interface suffers from
the same problem we had to correct over there.

We'll report back later with an estimate of how quickly this can be


On Aug 22, 2008, at 7:03 AM, Camille Coti wrote:

> Ralph,
> I compiled a clean checkout from the trunk (r19392), the problem is
> still the same.
> Camille
> Ralph Castain a écrit :
>> Hi Camille
>> What OMPI version are you using? We just changed the paffinity
>> module last night, but did nothing to maffinity. However, it is
>> possible that the maffinity framework makes some calls into
>> paffinity that need to adjust.
>> So version number would help a great deal in this case.
>> Thanks
>> Ralph
>> On Aug 22, 2008, at 5:23 AM, Camille Coti wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I am trying to run applications on a shared-memory machine. For
>>> the moment I am just trying to run tests on point-to-point
>>> communications (a trivial token ring) and collective operations
>>> (from the SkaMPI tests suite).
>>> It runs smoothly if mpi_paffinity_alone is set to 0. For a number
>>> of processes which is larger than about 10, global communications
>>> just don't seem possible. Point-to-point communications seem to be
>>> OK.
>>> But when I specify --mca mpi_paffinity_alone 1 in my command
>>> line, I get the following error:
>>> mbind: Invalid argument
>>> I looked into the code of maffinity/libnuma, and found out the
>>> error comes from
>>> numa_setlocal_memory(segments[i].mbs_start_addr,
>>> segments[i].mbs_len);
>>> in maffinity_libnuma_module.c.
>>> The machine I am using is a Linux box running a 2.6.5-7 kernel.
>>> Has anyone experienced a similar problem?
>>> Camille
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