You might want to try something simpler than java to start with. For example:
mpirun -np 4 hostname
(where hostname is the POSIX command line app, not an MPI app)
You should see the hostnames from the first 4 hosts in your hostfile (assuming each one of them has 1 process slot). Then try running the samples that are in the examples/ directory in the Open MPI tarball (make sure that the example executables are available in the same location on every node). For example:
mpirun -np 4 hello_c
That's a trivial C MPI application that is the MPI equivalent of "hello world".
On Jan 5, 2010, at 11:18 AM, Leonardo Machado Moreira wrote:
> Hi, I have created a cluster with openmpi this way.
> 1 - Configured SSH with authorized_keys from the server to the nodes.
> 2 - In /etc/openmpi-default-hostfile\ I have typed the IP of every nodes and the server.
> 3 - Afterward I have created a Java application of two threads just to type a text on the console and runned it by
> mpirun -1 java javaprogram
> mpirun -2 java javaprogram
> It is on the ps -aux of the server but the nodes are still stoped.
> How can I know that my mpi is working
> Thanks a lot
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