Hi,

Sorry for the late reply.

It seems something is still missing on Windows for supporting hostfiles, I'll fix it ASAP.

Regards,
Shiqing


On 2010-5-25 11:41 AM, Rajnesh Jindel wrote:
disabled the firewall and using admin account so security isnt the issue here. like I said this problem only occurs when using a hostfile,  if I actually specify the hostname on the commandfline it works fine
On 25 May 2010 09:08, Shiqing Fan <fan@hlrs.de> wrote:
Hi,

What's the firewall setting on the remote node? Could you try to add an exception for the application, or turn off the firewall completely?

Regards,
Shiqing




On 2010-5-24 4:44 PM, Rajnesh Jindel wrote:
When I specify the hosts separately on the commandline, as follows, the process completes as expected.
mpirun -np 8 -host remotehost,localhost myapp
Output appears for the localhost and a textfile is created on the remotehost

However when I use a hostfile the remote processes never complete. I can see the output from the local processes and by remote login I can see that that processes are being started on the remote machine but never complete.

The is a simple reduce example using boost.mpi (v1.43) I'm using windows 7 x64 pro on both machines and openmpi 1.4.2 the hostfile and athe app are in the same locaion on both machines.

Any idea why this is happening?

Raj
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