Le 13/12/2012 10:45, Shikha Maheshwari a écrit :
We are trying to build 'hwloc
on Linux on System Z. To build hwloc
If you are really talking about hwloc, you should contact this
Hardware locality user list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(Open MPI and hwloc are different software, even if hwloc is
embedded in OMPI).
We are getting error
first step i.e. running configure script.
error message is :
error: No atomic
primitives available for s390x-ibm-linux-gnu
If we investigate configure
we got to know that it deals with some assembly related
operations in this
part. And, switch-case does not cover Linux on System z
hence it throws error and exits.
This looks strange to me. We do not use atomics in hwloc at all. Are
you really configuring hwloc and not Open MPI ?
questions related to this:
1. Is 'hwloc' supported on Linux
We don't have permanent access to such a platform but it has been
tested (and successfully used) in the past.
2. What exactly this
assembly part is
It's not used in hwloc as far as I know :/
If you're really trying to configure/build hwloc, please use hwloc
1.6 instead (from ), and report the problem to hwloc-users as
explained above. Please include your config.log and configure output
in the mail.