give me day ( I am currently out of town) to dig up the patch again, and
reapply it again to the trunk, we can CMR it to 1.6 and 1.7. I did not
follow up at that time, since nobody else seemed to care. I guess the
number of users using the combination of OPen MPI + ROMIO + PVFS2 is
On 2/25/2014 7:34 AM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) wrote:
> Edgar --
> Is there a fix that we should CMR to the v1.6 branch?
> On Feb 25, 2014, at 8:26 AM, Edgar Gabriel <gabriel_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> this was/is a bug in ROMIO, in which they assume a datatype is an int. I
>> fixed it originally in a previous version of Open MPI on the trunk, but
>> it did not get ported upstream, so we might have to do the same fix again.
>> On 2/25/2014 7:15 AM, vithanousek wrote:
>>> At fisrt, please, excuse my poor level of english.
>>> I'm little bit confused by versions of OpenMPI and ROMIO, because i met
>>> siliar bugs reported in multiple versions. Im buliding version 1.6.5
>>> (current stable).
>>> I compiled OpenMPI 1.6.5 with included ROMIO by doing this:
>>> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/openmpi_1.6.5_romio \
>>> make -j 32
>>> and I got error message:
>>> ad_pvfs2_io_dtype.c: In function 'convert_named':
>>> ad_pvfs2_io_dtype.c:581: error: switch quantity not an integer
>>> ad_pvfs2_io_dtype.c:583: error: pointers are not permitted as case values
>>> I rewrited "switch" construction to multiple "if" constructions. This
>>> solve compiling problem.
>>> But I cant use myself edited source code of OpenMPI on our cluster.
>>> Is this bug of sourcecode and will be fixed, or am I doing something wrong?
>>> Thanks for reply
>>> Hanousek Vít
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