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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] MPI_Test without deallocation
From: Richard Treumann (treumann_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-26 08:55:27

You can use MPI_REQUEST_GET_STATUS as a way to "test" without

I do not understand the reason you would forward the request (as a request)
to another function. The data is already in a specific receive buffer by
the time an MPI_Test returns TRUE so calling the function and passing it
the buffer address, and tag seems functionally equivalent. If the called
function needs information from the MPI_Status (beyond tag) returned by
MPI_Test you can pass it the status you get back. The MPI_Status is in
application managed memory so the function can do whatever you like with it
after it has referenced it for the data.

malloc a status
if (flag == TRUE)
   call function passing the status structure // use tag info from status
to pick the function & let the function free the status

If you do pass the un-deallocated request, remember your function must
still MPI_Wait it.

Dick Treumann - MPI Team
IBM Systems & Technology Group
Dept X2ZA / MS P963 -- 2455 South Road -- Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Tele (845) 433-7846 Fax (845) 433-8363

users-bounces_at_[hidden] wrote on 03/25/2009 07:34:06 PM:

> [image removed]
> Re: [OMPI users] MPI_Test without deallocation
> Shaun Jackman
> to:
> Open MPI Users
> 03/25/2009 07:35 PM
> Sent by:
> users-bounces_at_[hidden]
> Please respond to Open MPI Users
> If an MPI_Irecv has already been posted, and a single message is sent
> to the receiver, then will an MPI_Probe return that there is no
> message waiting to be received? The message has already been received
> by the MPI_Irecv. It's the MPI_Request object of the MPI_Irecv call
> that needs to be probed, but MPI_Test has the side effect of also
> deallocating the MPI_Request object.
> Cheers,
> Shaun
> Justin wrote:
> > Have you tried MPI_Probe?
> >
> > Justin
> >
> > Shaun Jackman wrote:
> >> Is there a function similar to MPI_Test that doesn't deallocate the
> >> MPI_Request object? I would like to test if a message has been
> >> received (MPI_Irecv), check its tag, and dispatch the MPI_Request to
> >> another function based on that tag.
> >>
> >> Cheers,
> >> Shaun
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