I very much doubt we have Tile support as it hasn't come up before. If you look in opal/asm/base, you'll see a MIPS.asm that contains the MIPS code - perhaps you could use that as a starting point?
I didn't write any of that code, but I think if you poke around that directory looking for "MIPS" you'll see what needs to be done.
On Jul 5, 2011, at 4:15 AM, Charles Bouillaguet wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have gotten our hands on a machine with a bunch of TilePro64
> processors (which seems to be a MIPS-like architecture). It runs linux,
> has gcc, and I was only dreaming to compile openmpi on it. However
> compilation fails with the errir "no atomic primitives available for
> I was wondering whether this problem has arisen already? If not, I would
> be willing to try to address it and write the corresponding assembly
> code in opal/asm/..., but in this case I would really appreciate some
> Charles Bouillaguet
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