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i'm facing a strange issue with this HCA. A cluster I support has been
recently expanded with 4 new nodes, all using the mentioned HCA. 3 nodes
are working fine, but one will not use the IB network when running jobs.
Let's call 'node a' the working one, and 'node b' the not working one.
Here's my scenario :
OS: Rocks Linux 6.1 ( Centos 6.5 x86_64 )
MPI: Stock Centos rpm. 'ompi_info' output below:
package:Open MPI mockbuild_at_[hidden] Distribution
ompi:version:release_date:Aug 18, 2011
orte:version:release_date:Aug 18, 2011
opal:version:release_date:Aug 18, 2011
OpenFabrics: Stock centos rpm
ulimit -l :
'unlimited' in both nodes
Here's where things get interesting. On all nodes with qlogic HCA,
'ibv_devinfo' does not outputs what is expected, only :
"libibverbs: Warning: no userspace device-specific driver found
No IB devices found"
But i've successfully ran tests on 'node a' , like IMB ping and hello
world, from other working nodes of the cluster, so despite the output of
'ibv_devinfo', 'node a' HCA is working.
I can run 'hello world' from 'node b' to 'node a' without problems,
but the opposite does not work.
So this is my question: why only 'node b' HCA is not working ?
Is there any other tests i can make to get closer to the source of the