On 28-gen-10, at 12:35, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) wrote:
> What was blacs compiled against, lam or ompi?
> What is your LD_LIBRARY_PATH set to?
> Are you ensuring to use ompi's mpirun (vs, for example, lam's mpirun)
yes everything was ok, I had tried everything I could think of, rpath,
--prefix,... everything and was really getting mad.
I spent an inordinate amount of time on this, and now that I realized
what it was I just want to hit myself.
On that machine someone just installed all the blacs and scalapack
tests in /usr/bin.
I was doing
mpirun -np 8 xFbtest_MPI-LINUX-0
mpirun -np 8 ./xFbtest_MPI-LINUX-0
so mpirun was using the version in /usr/bin but
mpirun -np 1 env
mpirun -np 1 ldd xFbtest_MPI-LINUX-0
and so on did return correct things.
As initially I tested only the blacs and scalapack things it took me a
long time to figure out.
Yesterday before posting I tested the ompi examples and to my surprise
they did work.
Probably those time that it worked I had typed ./ without really
Anyway sorry for the noise, a really stupid mistake that had nothing
to do with ompi
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> Sent: Wed Jan 27 21:11:21 2010
> Subject: [OMPI users] mpirun links wrong library with BLACS tester
> I have installed openmpi 1.4.1 locally for one user on a cluster,
> where some other mpi were installed.
> when I try to run an executable through mpirun (I am running the BLACS
> tester) I get
> xFbtest_MPI-LINUX-0: error while loading shared libraries: liblam.so.
> 0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> if I run the executable it works
> ldd always shows the correct libraries (even when run in mpirun) and
> no liblam
> also the environment looks normal in both cases (both PATH and
> LD_RUN_PATH have the installation as first path).
> I did try to set -rpath to */lib and */lib/openmpi, and generally
> reduce the environment to a basic one, and use that in all the shells
> both when compiling and running, but to no avail.
> The examples in the openmpi directory seem to work without problems.
> I did manage to run the blacs tester, but in no reproducible way (I
> really don't know what I did to make it work and it stopped working
> really fast (the same binary)).
> The same setup works in another machine (and I think BLACS flags are
> I am getting really crazy, any pointer at what else I could try would
> be greatly appreciated.
> gcc (GCC) 4.1.2 20071124 (Red Hat 4.1.2-42)
> G95 (GCC 4.0.3 (g95 0.92!) Jun 24 2009)