On Jul 30, 2009, at 6:36 AM, David Doria wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 4:57 PM, Ralph Castain <rhc_at_[hidden]>
> Ah, so there is a firewall involved? That is always a problem. I
> gather that node 126 has clear access to all other nodes, but nodes
> 122, 123, and 125 do not all have access to each other?
> See if your admin is willing to open at least one port on each node
> that can reach all other nodes. It is easiest if it is the same port
> for every node, but not required. Then you can try setting the mca
> params oob_tcp_port_minv4 and oob_tcp_port_rangev4. This should
> allow the daemons to communicate.
> Check ompi_info --param oob tcp for info on those (and other) params.
> On Jul 29, 2009, at 2:46 PM, David Doria wrote:
> Machine 125 had the default fedora firewall turned on. I turned it
> off and it works now with simply
> mpirun -H 10.1.2.126,10.1.2.122,10.1.2.123,10.1.2.125 hello-mpi
> (the firewalls on the rest of the machines were already off in an
> attempt to avoid problems like this - I guess I just forgot one!)
> Is there a "standard" port I can open on these local firewalls so I
> don't have to disable them completely and so I don't have to set mca
> params oob_tcp_port_X ?
I'm afraid not - however, you can set those params inside the default
MCA param file so you never have to type them again.
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