Thank a lot Ralph,
I just recompiled OpenMPi and it is seems to work as I expect.
So, I now start to make additional tests.
> One thing immediately stands out - you should never -enable-progress-
> threads. That is an experimental option that certainly does not work
> at this time.
> I am misunderstanding with OpenMPI. I cannot run jobs compiled by
> OpenMPI on several nodes.
> It is running only on the one node. But also in this case jobs are
> not finished sometimes. Its make
> output and hang.
> But other MPI implementations (mpich, mpich2, mvapich1, mvapich2)
> work perfectly during one
> year already.
> I compiled OpenMPI like this:
> ./configure --prefix=/opt/openmpi-133 --enable-mpi-threads --enable-
> progress-threads --with-tm=/opt/torque --enable-mpirun-prefix-by-
> and installed it to the some directory an all nodes.
> I already explained my problem here:
> I try to exclude anything (use default config) and submit jobs
> directly with different options for verbosity which was proposed in
> So, what is the problem? What tests can I run for finding solution?