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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] btl_openib_ib_max_inline_data warnings
From: Gary Draving (gbd2_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-20 08:57:51


Thanks, I was starting the suspect our mix and match of hardware was
causing some problems.

Gary

Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Mar 19, 2009, at 4:02 PM, Gary Draving wrote:
>
>> I have written a simple ring program that seems to run fine but I get
>> the following warning even though I am not explicitly defining the
>> btl_openib_ib_max_inline_data with an MCA parm. I'm only getting the
>> warning in the 3 machines that have the QLE7240, the other 40+ machines
>> with Mellanox cards give no such warning.
>>
>
> Mixing vendor HCA's is not a well-tested scenario. :-\
>
> Work is literally just starting now to qualify this kind of environment.
>
> That being said, what you're doing *should* work (setting the max
> inline data to 0). Expect more news on this front probably beginning
> in the 1.5 series.
>
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> WARNING: The btl_openib_ib_max_inline_data MCA parameter was
>> used to
>>
>
> Oops -- this looks like an outdated help message. The actual
> parameter name is btl_openib_max_inline_data (just drop the "ib_"; we
> deprecated the "ib_" part of it when we started supporting iwarp).
> I'll fix the help message; sorry about that!
>