On 2/27/2014 9:44 AM, Dave Love wrote:
> Edgar Gabriel <gabriel_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> so we had ROMIO working with PVFS2 (not OrangeFS, which is however
>> registered as PVFS2 internally). We have one cluster which uses
>> OrangeFS, on that machine however we used OMPIO, not ROMIO.
> [What's OMPIO, and should we want it?]
OMPIO is the 'native' implementation of MPI I/O in Open MPI, its however
only available from the 1.7 series onwards.
I am still looking into the PVFS2 with ROMIO problem with the 1.6
series, where (as I mentioned yesterday) the problem I am having right
now is that the data is wrong. Not sure what causes it, but since I have
teach this afternoon again, it might be friday until I can digg into that.
> This is another vote for working 1.6.5 romio with orangefs -- or pvfs2
> if the re-branded version won't work. It seems particularly attractive
> for use on a system that was mistakenly bought with just NFS, especially
> if it can be spun up in user space practically.
> I got OMPI built for 1.6.5 with the two obvious patches from the repo,
> but it sounds as though that's not good enough.
> 1.6 is required for compatibility with RHEL6, by the way.
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