Thanks for your response. I had noticed your thread, which is why I'm
embarrassed (but happy) to say that it looks like my problem was the same
as yours. I mentioned in my original email that there was no firewall
running, which it turns out was a lie. I think that when I checked
before, I must have forgotten "sudo." Instead of "permission denied" or
the like, I got this misleading response:
node02:~ % /etc/init.d/iptables status
Firewall is not configured.
When I checked again just now (with sudo this time), it turned out that
the firewall was in fact configured and running. Turning it off has
solved all my problems.
On Wed, 18 Mar 2009, Raymond Wan wrote:
> Hi Ron,
> Ron Babich wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm having a very basic problem getting an MPI job to run on multiple
>> nodes. My setup consists of two identically configured nodes, called
>> node01 and node02, connected via ethernet and infiniband. They are
>> running CentOS 5.2 and the bundled OMPI, version 1.2.5. I've attached the
>> output of "ompi_info --all", which is the same for both nodes.
> So far, this sounds awfully like the problem I had a few days ago. Perhaps
> you can check the firewall settings and if it is enabled (like it was for
> me), then try disabling it. If that is the case, then you might want to look
> into setting it properly since the solution I've adopted is to "simply" keep
> it disabled...
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