I did try the corresponding oob_* parameters (sorry for not mentioning that).
Here's what I tried:
mpirun --host host1,host2 -np 2 --mca btl_tcp_port_min_v4 10000 --mca btl_tcp_port_range_v4 10 --mca oob_tcp_port_min_v4 10000 --mca oob_tcp_port_range_v4 10 sleep 100
In another window while the above is running:
$ sudo netstat -plnt
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:4135 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 9714/mpirun
tcp 0 0 :::58600 :::* LISTEN 9714/mpirun
* On Fri 03:49PM -0700, 10 Dec 2010, Ralph Castain (rhc_at_[hidden]) wrote:
> mpirun is not an MPI process, and so it doesn't obey the btl port params. To control mpirun's ports (and those used by the ORTE daemons), use the oob_tcp_port... params
> On Dec 10, 2010, at 3:29 PM, Tang, Hsiu-Khuern wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am trying to understand how to control the range of ports used by Open MPI.
> > I tried setting the parameters btl_tcp_port_min_v4 and btl_tcp_port_range_v4,
> > but they don't seem to have an effect.
> > I am using Open MPI 1.4.2 from Debian sid, but get the same result on RHEL5.
> > When I run a program like
> > mpirun --host host1,host2 -np 2 --mca btl_tcp_port_min_v4 10000 --mca btl_tcp_port_range_v4 10 sleep 100
> > and then in another terminal run "netstat -plnt", should I expect to see mpirun
> > listening on one or more ports between 10000 and 10009? I don't -- mpirun is
> > invariably listening on some other ports.
> > Thanks!
> > --
> > Best,
> > Hsiu-Khuern.
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