I'll give that a try real quick (or as quickly as the compiles can run.
I'd not thought of this solution. I've been context-switching too much
lately. I've gotta look at this for a gigabit cluster as well.
Gus Correa wrote:
> Hi Gerry
> You may need to compile a hybrid OpenMPI
> using gcc for C, PGI f90 for Fortran on the OpenMPI configure script.
> This should give you the required mpicc and mpif90 to do the job.
> I guess this is what Elvedin meant on his message.
> I have these hybrids for OpenMPI and MPICH2 here
> (not Myrinet but GigE), and they work
> fine with a WRF relative (CAM3, atmospheric climate).
> Two cents from
> Gus Correa
> Gustavo Correa
> Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory - Columbia University
> Palisades, NY, 10964-8000 - USA
> Gerry Creager wrote:
>> Yeah, I thought about that after finding a reference to this in the
>> archives, so I redirected the path to MPI toward the gnu-compiled
>> version. It died in THIS manner:
>> make: Entering directory `/home/gerry/WRFv3/WRFV3/external/RSL_LITE'
>> mpicc -cc=gcc -DFSEEKO64_OK -w -O3 -DDM_PARALLEL -c c_code.c
>> pgcc-Error-Unknown switch: -cc=gcc
>> make: [c_code.o] Error 1 (ignored)
>> Methinks the wrf configuration script and make file will need some
>> Interesting thing: I have another system (alas, with mpich) where it
>> compiles just fine. I'm trying to sort this out, as on 2 systems,
>> with openMPI, it does odd dances before dying.
>> I'm still trying things. I've gotta get this up both for MY research
>> and to support other users.
>> Thanks, Gerry
>> Elvedin Trnjanin wrote:
>>> WRF almost requires that you use gcc for the C/C++ part and the PGI
>>> Fortran compilers, if you choose that option. I'd suggest compiling
>>> OpenMPI in the same way as that has resolved our various issues. Have
>>> you tried that with the same result?
>>> Gerry Creager wrote:
>>>> I'm new to this list. I've done a little review but likely missed
>>>> something specific to what I'm asking. I'll keep looking but need
>>>> to resolve this soon.
>>>> I'm running a Rocks cluster (centos 5), with PGI 7.2-3 compilers,
>>>> Myricom MX2 hardware and drivers, and OpenMPI1.3
>>>> I installed the Myricom roll which has OpenMPI compiled with gcc. I
>>>> recently compiled the openmpi code w/ PGI.
>>>> I've the MPICH_F90 pointing to the right place, and we're looking
>>>> for the right includes and libs by means of LD_LIBRARY_PATH, etc.
>>>> When I tried to run, I got the following error:
>>>> make: Entering directory `/home/gerry/WRFv3/WRFV3/external/RSL_LITE'
>>>> mpicc -DFSEEKO64_OK -w -O3 -DDM_PARALLEL -c c_code.c
>>>> PGC/x86-64 Linux 7.2-3: compilation completed with warnings
>>>> mpicc -DFSEEKO64_OK -w -O3 -DDM_PARALLEL -c buf_for_proc.c
>>>> PGC-S-0036-Syntax error: Recovery attempted by inserting identifier
>>>> .Z0000 before '(' (/share/apps/openmpi-1.3-pgi/include/mpi.h: 889)
>>>> PGC-S-0082-Function returning array not allowed
>>>> (/share/apps/openmpi-1.3-pgi/include/mpi.h: 889)
>>>> PGC-S-0043-Redefinition of symbol, MPI_Comm
>>>> (/share/apps/openmpi-1.3-pgi/include/mpi.h: 903)
>>>> PGC/x86-64 Linux 7.2-3: compilation completed with severe errors
>>>> make: [buf_for_proc.o] Error 2 (ignored)
>>>> Note that I had modified the makefile to use PGI in place of gcc,
>>>> and thus, the PGI-compiled openMPI.
>>>> Thanks, Gerry
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