Double check that you have firewalls (e.g., iptables) disabled.
On May 3, 2012, at 5:42 PM, Don Armstrong wrote:
> On Thu, 03 May 2012, Rolf vandeVaart wrote:
>> I tried your program on a single node and it worked fine.
> It works fine on a single node, but deadlocks when it communicates in
> between nodes. Single node communication doesn't use tcp by default.
>> Yes, TCP message passing in Open MPI has been working well for some
> Ok. Which version(s) of openmpi are you using successfully? [I'm
> assuming that this is in an environment which doesn't use IB.]
>> 1. Can you run something like hostname successfully (mpirun -np 10
>> -hostfile yourhostfile hostname)
> Yes, but this only shows that processes start and output is returned,
> which doesn't utilize the in-band message passing at all.
>> 2. If that works, then you can also run with a debug switch to see
>> what connections are being made by MPI.
> You can see the connections being made in the attached log:
> [archimedes:29820] btl: tcp: attempting to connect() to [[60576,1],2] address 220.127.116.11 on port 2001
>> I would suggest reading through here for some ideas and for the
>> debug switch.
> Thanks. I checked the FAQ, and didn't see anything that shed any
> light, unfortunately.
> Don Armstrong
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