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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Problem with running openMPI program
From: Jeff Squyres (jsquyres_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-04-23 14:31:00

Excellent answer. One addendum -- we had a really nice FAQ entry
about this kind of stuff on the LAM/MPI web site, which I was
horrified to see that we had not copied to the Open MPI site. So I
copied it over this morning. :-)

Have a look at these 3 FAQ (brand new) entries:

Hope that helps.

On Apr 23, 2009, at 10:34 AM, Gus Correa wrote:

> Hi Ankush
> Jeff already sent clarifications about image processing,
> and the portable API nature of OpenMPI (and other MPI
> implementations).
> As for "mpicc: command not found" this is again a problem with your
> Remember the "locate" command? :)
> Find where mpicc is installed, and put that directory on your PATH.
> In any case, I would suggest that you choose a central NFS mounted
> file system on your cluster master node, and install OpenMPI there,
> configuring and building it from source (not from yum).
> If this directory is mounted on all nodes, the same OpenMPI will be
> available on all nodes.
> This will give you a single standard version of OpenMPI across the
> board.
> Clustering can become a very confusing and tricky business if you
> have heterogeneous nodes, with different OS/Linux versions,
> different MPI versions etc, software installed in different locations
> on each node, etc, regardless of whether you use mpiselector or
> you set the PATH variable on each node, or you use environment modules
> package, or any other technique to setup your environment.
> Installing less software, rather than more software,
> and doing so in a standardized homogeneous way across all cluster
> nodes,
> will give you a cleaner environment, which is easier to understand,
> control, upgrade, and update.
> A relatively simple way to install a homogeneous cluster is
> to use the Rocks Clusters "rolls" suite,
> which is free and based on CentOS.
> It will probably give you some extra work in the beginning,
> but may be worthwhile in the long run.
> See this:
> My two cents.
> Gus Correa
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Gustavo Correa
> Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory - Columbia University
> Palisades, NY, 10964-8000 - USA
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Ankush Kaul wrote:
> > @Gus, Eugene
> > I read all you mails and even followed the same procedure, it was
> blas
> > that was giving the problem.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > I am again stuck on a problem, i connected a new node to my
> cluster and
> > installed CentOS 5.2 on it. after that i use yum to install
> > openmpi,openmpi-libs and openmpi-devel sucessfully.
> >
> > But still when i run mpicc command it gives me error :
> > /bash: mpicc: command not found/
> >
> > i found out there is a command *mpi-selector* but dont know hoe to
> use it.
> > Is this a new version of openmpi? how do i configure it?
> >
> >
> >
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Jeff Squyres
Cisco Systems