Which of the 3 options is the one known to be unstable in the following:
--enable-mpi-threads Enable threads for MPI applications (default:
Enable threads asynchronous communication progress
--with-threads Set thread type (solaris / posix)
In long (rationale):
Just to make sure we don't contradict each other, you're suggesting
the use of 'listen_thread' but, at the same time I'm telling Prasanna to
_disable_ threads the threads USE flag which translates into the
following logic (in the package):
if use threads; then
The decision was made based on the configure --help information (most
probably from the 1.1 series), which lead to arbitrarily
enabling/disabling all that has to do with threads using a single
keyword. Now, based on :
So, is it only --enable-mpi-threads that is unstable in the "*thread*"
Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Sep 10, 2008, at 9:29 PM, Prasanna Ranganathan wrote:
>> I have upgraded to 1.2.7 and am still noticing the issue.
> FWIW, we didn't change anything with regards to OOB and TCP from 1.2.6
> -> 1.2.7, but it's still good to be at the latest version.
> Try running with this MCA parameter:
> mpirun --mca oob_tcp_listen_mode listen_thread ...
> Sorry; I forgot that we did not enable that option by default in the
> v1.2 series.