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Subject: [OMPI devel] ompi_info
From: George Bosilca (bosilca_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-07-16 21:04:06

I would like to question the choice for the new … spartan ompi_info output? I would not mind restoring the default behavior, aka. have a verbose "--all", instead of some [random] MCA params.

Btw, something is wrong i the following output. I have an "btl = sm,self" in my .openmpi/mca-params.conf so I should not even see the BTL TCP parameters.


$ompi_info --param all all
                 MCA btl: parameter "btl_tcp_if_include" (current value: "",
                          data source: default, level: 1 user/basic, type:
                          Comma-delimited list of devices and/or CIDR
                          notation of networks to use for MPI communication
                          (e.g., "eth0,"). Mutually exclusive
                          with btl_tcp_if_exclude.
                 MCA btl: parameter "btl_tcp_if_exclude" (current value:
                          ",sppp", data source: default, level: 1
                          user/basic, type: string)
                          Comma-delimited list of devices and/or CIDR
                          notation of networks to NOT use for MPI
                          communication -- all devices not matching these
                          specifications will be used (e.g.,
                          "eth0,"). If set to a non-default
                          value, it is mutually exclusive with
                 MCA pml: performance "pml_ob1_unexpected_msgq_length" (type:
                          unsigned, class: size)
                          Number of unexpected messages received by each peer
                          in a communicator
                 MCA pml: performance "pml_ob1_posted_recvq_length" (type:
                          unsigned, class: size)
                          Number of unmatched receives posted for each peer
                          in a communicator