This typically this means that one or more of the rcp/scp or rsh/ssh
commands failed. FileM should be printing an error message when one
of the copy commands fail. Try turning up the verbose level to 10 to
see if it indicates any problems:
-mca filem_rsh_verbose 10
Can you send me the MCA parameters that you are setting? That may
help narrow down the problem as well. Also I cleaned up some of the
filem (and snapc) error reporting in the development trunk if you
want to give that a try.
Let me know what you find out.
On Apr 30, 2009, at 6:40 AM, Bouguerra mohamed slim wrote:
> I have a problem with the Filem module when i would checkpoint on a
> remote host without shared space file system.
> I use the new open-mpi 1.3.2 and it is the same problem as in the
> version 1.3.1. Indeed, when i use the NFS system file it works.
> Thus i guess that is a problem with the Filem.
> [azur-6.fr:23223] filem:rsh: wait_all(): Wait failed (-1)
> [azur-6.fr:23223] [[48784,0],0] ORTE_ERROR_LOG: Error in file /home/
> snapc_full_global.c at line 1054
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