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>On Dec 12, 2011, at 9:45 AM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>> For MPI_Comm_split, all processes in the input communicator (oldcomm
>> or MPI_COMM_WORLD in your case) must call the operation since it is
>> collective over the input communicator. In your program rank 0 is not
>> calling the operation, so MPI_Comm_split is waiting for it to
>> If you want rank 0 to be excluded from the any of the communicators,
>> you can give it a special color that is distinct from all other ranks.
>> Upon return from MPI_Comm_split, rank 0 will be given a new
>> communicator containing just one processes, itself. If you do not
>> intend to use that communicator you can free it immediately
>You can also specify MPI_UNDEFINED as your color, in which case the
>output communicator in that process will be MPI_COMM_NULL. See
Thank you, Josh and Jeff. That did it! I called MPI_COMM_split from
my supervisor with color of MPI_UNDEFINED and key of 0. Then all
_split() calls returned and I was able to do the work in my test
All the best,