Paul -- *Many* thanks for all of this; sorry for the slow followup.
I've green lighted the 1.5 patch for netbsd (I think we need a corresponding fix posted for v1.4), and asked Terry to act on your Solaris comments.
We'll talk today on the call about what to do with OS X 10.3/ppc and opensbd ROMIO issues.
On Jan 19, 2012, at 5:02 PM, Paul H. Hargrove wrote:
> I neglected to mention that all FreeBSD and OpenBSD tests were conducted using GNU Make.
> If I use /usr/bin/make (BSD make), then I encounter the same problem I reported against ompi-1.5.5rc1:
> Note that there is a patch (against 1.5.5rc1) attached to that ticket that may be sufficient to fix this.
> Oddly, NetBSD doesn't display the problem. I don't know if there is something different happening with respect to the atomics that simply avoids the problem, or if NetBSD's version of Make may share the GNU Make behavior with respect to VPATH.
> On 1/19/2012 1:33 PM, Paul H. Hargrove wrote:
>> Here is a report on my findings with "configure && make all && make install && make check" with ompi-1.4.5rc2.
>> All platforms built the "self", "sm" and "tcp" btls. I've noted where addition btl/mtl components were built.
>> PASS with no special configure arguments (just --prefix and things like "CFLAGS=-m64" when appropriate).
>> This means GNU compilers were used in all cases.
>> linux/x86 [including gm1, gm2 and elan]
>> linux/x86-64 [including gm2, elan, ofud, openib and psm]
>> linux/ia64 (SGI Altix)
>> solaris-11(snv_151a)/amd64 [including ofud, openib and dapl]
>> PASS with addition of --disable-io-romio
>> This need do disable ROMIO is "known", having been reported against 1.4.5rc1 (see http://www.open-mpi.org/community/lists/devel/2011/12/10086.php ) as well as against 1.4.3rc1 in the past (see http://www.open-mpi.org/community/lists/devel/2010/08/8338.php ).
>> Same problem as reported against 1.4.5rc1 in http://www.open-mpi.org/community/lists/devel/2011/12/10086.php
>> I have additional Solaris platforms which I will report on later.
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