I do not have an active firewall. I have typed on both computers:
I enclose you the results.
I have also written on both computers:
mpirun -np 2 --host 10.1.10.208,10.1.10.240 --mca mpi_preconnect_all
1 --prefix /usr/local -mca btl self,tcp -mca btl_tcp_if_include eth1
I enclose you the results.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Terry Dontje" <Terry.Dontje_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2008 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Problem with MPI_Send and MPI_Recv
> Hello Sofia,
> After further reflection I wonder if you have a firewall that is
> preventing connections to certain ports.
> Terry Dontje wrote:
>> Hello Sofia,
>> Ok, so I really wanted the stack of when you run with "-mca
>> mpi_preconnect_all 1" I believe you'll see that one of the processes
>> will be in init. However, the stack still probably will not help me help
>> you. What needs to happen is to step through the code in dbx while the
>> connection is trying to be established. I am hoping you might find the
>> connect call fails or that we've been given an interface that somehow
>> cannot reach the other node. However, when you specified "-mca
>> btl_tcp_if_include eth1" that should have forced things to use the
>> interface you need. So it really comes down to why are we not connecting
>> to the eth1 address? Are we failing on routing to that address or is the
>> connect failing because we are trying to use a port that we are not
>> really allowed to use or is it something else?
>> I don't think it is a routing problem since you are able to reach each
>> node via ssh. Is there someone else on the list that might want to lend
>> a hand here? I feel like I am missing something obvious going on here.
>>> Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 16:09:11 +0200
>>> From: "Sofia Aparicio Secanellas" <saparicio_at_[hidden]>
>>> Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Problem with MPI_Send and MPI_Recv
>>> To: "Open MPI Users" <users_at_[hidden]>
>>> Message-ID: <1BBF50FE29F743B5829CC3785F47CADD_at_aparicio1>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; Format="flowed"
>>> Hello Terry,
>>> I have installed 1.2.7 and I obtain the same result.
>>> I will explain you what I have done.
>>> 1. On my computer edu_at_10.1.10.240 I have added a new user called sofia.
>>> This way I have sofia_at_10.1.10.208 and sofia_at_10.1.10.240.
>>> 2. I have downloaded the openmpi 1.2.7 from the openmpi website on both
>>> computers in /home/sofia/Desktop.
>>> 3. I have installed everything using "sudo ./configure", "sudo make" and
>>> "sudo make install".
>>> 4. To make ssh not ask me for a password. I have typed in
>>> sofia_at_10.1.10.208 "ssh-keygen -t dsa", "cd $HOME/.ssh" and "cp
>>> id_dsa.pub authorized_keys". I have copied the directory
>>> "/home/sofia/.ssh" from sofia_at_10.1.10.208 to /home/sofia/.ssh in
>>> sofia_at_10.1.10.240. The ssh command without password works on computer
>>> sofia_at_10.1.10.208 but computer sofia_at_10.1.10.208 ask me for a
>>> passphrase and for the password. Is it normal?
>>> 5. I have created a directory "/home/sofia/programasparalelos" on both
>>> computers and I have given permissions to the directory with "chmod
>>> 6. I have copied on both computers in "/home/sofia/programasparalelos"
>>> the program "PruebaSumaParalela.c" (I have changed a little bit the
>>> program, I enclose you the new program) and I have compiled using "mpicc
>>> PruebaSumaParalela.c -o PruebaSumaParalela.out".
>>> 7. Now I run the program on both computersusing the command:
>>> mpirun -np2 --host 10.1.10.208,10.1.10.240 --prefix /usr/local
>>> When I run the program I obtain 3 PIDs executing on every computer, 2
>>> of "./PruebaSumaParalela.out" and 1 of "mpirun -np2 --host
>>> 10.1.10.208,10.1.10.240 --prefix /usr/local ./PruebaSumaParalela.out". I
>>> enclose you the results obtained on every computer for every
>>> Thank you very much.
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