Hi Arthur, hi all,
I guess you've got most of the thing and we'll find out the last bit, too.
Would you please let me know which version of Vampir you've got.
What does 'ls -alh' look like in the PWD? And please give it a try with some
of the included OTF tools, e.g. one of the following
%> otfinfo a.otf
%> otfdump a.otf
%> otfmerge -o b.otf -p a.otf
%> otfprofile a.otf
What do they say?
Finally, if it is no super secret rocket science, put all the 'a.*' files
somewhere on an http or ftp URL where I could download them.
Viele Grüße, Andreas
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> Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 09:16:21 +0100
> From: Artur Trojanowski <trojan_at_[hidden]>
> Subject: [OMPI users] Question - OTF file
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> My name is Arthur Trojanowski I just tested Vampir software.
> I have installed the MPI version 1.4
> I would like to know how to generate the correct OTF file in VampirTrace
> I have written a small C program with support for MPI
> To compile the program I use the command:
> mpicc-vt -vt:inst gnu -vt:verbose -o new.out new.c
> Generates a file new.out. When I start it up:
> mpiexec -np 6 new.out
> creates a small OTF file a.otf and several files a.0.def.z,
> a.1.events.z, a.2.events.z etc.
> Vampir will not open this OTF file
> Can you tell me what I am doing wrong.
> If you need any additional information about this error, please contact
> with me
Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Knüpfer,
Center for Information Services and
High Performance Computing (ZIH), TU Dresden,
Willersbau A114, Zellescher Weg 12, 01062 Dresden
phone +49-351-463-38323, fax +49-351-463-37773
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