Josh - this is almost certainly what happened. Yoibks. Unfortunately, there's good reasons for it. :(
What about if we proxy calls to lt_dlopen through an opal function call?
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To: Open MPI Developers <email@example.com>
Sent: Tue Jul 28 16:39:42 2009
Subject: Re: [OMPI devel] libtool issue with crs/self
It was mentioned to me that r21731 might have caused this problem by
restricting the visibility of the libltdl library.
Do you have any thoughts on how we might extend the visibility so that
MCA components could also use the libtool in opal?
I can try to initialize libtool in the Self CRS component and use it
directly, but since it is already opened by OPAL, I think it might be
better to use the instantiation in OPAL.
On Jul 28, 2009, at 3:06 PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
> Once upon a time, the Self CRS module worked correctly, but I admit
> that I have not tested it in a long time.
> The Self CRS component uses dl_open and friends to inspect the
> running process for a particular set of functions. When I try to run
> an MPI program that contains these signatures I get the following
> error when it tries to resolve lt_dlopen() in
> my-app: symbol lookup error: /path/to/install/lib/openmpi/
> mca_crs_self.so: undefined symbol: lt_dlopen
> I am configuring with the following:
> ./configure --prefix=/path/to/install \
> --enable-binaries \
> --with-devel-headers \
> --enable-debug \
> --enable-mpi-threads \
> --with-ft=cr \
> --without-memory-manager \
> --enable-ft-thread \
> CC=gcc CXX=g++ \
> F77=gfortran FC=gfortran
> The source code is at the link below:
> Does anyone have any thoughts on what might be going wrong here?
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