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Jeff Squyres <jsquyres_at_[hidden]> writes:
> On Dec 17, 2009, at 5:55 PM, <Kevin.Buckley_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> I guess this means that the PISM and PETSc guys can "stand easy"
>> whilst the OpenMPI community needs to follow up on why there's
>> a "addr.sa_len=0" creeping through the interface inspection
>> code (upon NetBSD at least) when it passes thru the various
>> IPv6 stanzas.
> Ok. We're still somewhat at a loss here, because we don't have any
> NetBSD to test on. :-( We're happy to provide any help that we can,
> and just like you, we'd love to see this problem resolved -- but
> NetBSD still isn't on any of our core competency lists. :-(
I know another person who's interested in OpenMPI, perhaps he can
provide testing environment with limited access.
It would be nice, if you'd comment my message <87638a89yx.fsf_at_[hidden]>
and either apply patches or explain what is wrong with them.
In particular getifaddrs part is the most interesting, RPATH issues can
wait and I admit that they may require more testing.
> FWIW, we might want to move this discussion to the devel_at_[hidden] mailing list...
I'd prefer some way that doesn't fill my inbox with yet more unrelated mail.
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