Thanks Ralph

Should have considered that.

The assumption would be that anyone who is using the message suppression option is (or at least should be) wrapping the job launch in some script or other tool that records a non-0 RC as a job failure or raises a flag for them to say the job failed.

A command line issue of something like mpirun usually gives no indication of the non-zero RC any well designed wrapper SHOULD catch it.


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Re: [OMPI users] Hide Abort output

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Not all distinctions - the exit status is non-zero. All that is suppressed are the messages telling you what the error -might- have been.

On Apr 5, 2010, at 7:01 AM, Richard Treumann wrote:
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