On 06/18/2013 01:14 PM, Claire Williams wrote:
> Hi guys âº!
> I'm working with a simple "Hello, World" MPI program that has one master
> and is sending one message to each worker, receives a message back from
> each of the workers, and re-sends a new message. This unfortunately is
> not working :(. When the master only sends one message to each worker,
> and then receives it, it is working fine, but there are problems with
> sending more than one message to each worker. When it happens, it prints
> the error:
> connect() to 192.168.X.X failed: No route to host (113)
> I'm wondering how I can go about fixing this. This program is running
> across multiple Linux nodes, by the way :).
> BTW, I'm a girl.
... and so was Ada.
"connect() to 192.168.X.X failed: No route to host"
suggests that your 192.168.X.X node cannot be
reached by a message sender.
Can you ping back and forth across every pair of nodes?