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Subject: Re: [hwloc-devel] and rpm
From: Jirka Hladky (jhladky_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-04 11:59:05

On Monday, November 01, 2010 02:17:53 pm Brice Goglin wrote:
> Le 01/11/2010 13:22, Jirka Hladky a écrit :
> > Thanks! Please let me know where I can download tarball for testing.
> You need a tarball containing svn r2679 or later. Nightly snapshots are
> available:
> There are updated at 9pm EDT from what I see in the logs.
> > BTW, what is the status of 1.1? Any plan to release it?
> I think we're ready for rc1.
> Brice

Hi Brice,

I have tested

It looks good, no trouble.

Using rpmbuild I got
as expected! Great!

Couple of comments:

1) Could we remove following line
during make install ?

It's not used anymore. It's just to make the code look nicer.

2) $ /tmp/A/hwloc
works nicely, too.

However, if I do something nasty like
$touch /tmp/c

/tmp/c is a regular file


$ /tmp/c/hwloc
mkdir: cannot create directory `/tmp/c': File exists
mv: accessing `/tmp/c/hwloc.tar.bz2': Not a directory
Hierarchy gathered in /tmp/c/hwloc.tar.bz2 and kept in
./ line 75: /tmp/c/hwloc.output: Not a directory
Expected topology output stored in /tmp/c/hwloc.output

which is nonsense. Neither /tmp/c/hwloc.tar.bz2 nor /tmp/c/hwloc.output
exists. It can be fixed easily by replacing

 mkdir -p "$dirname"


if ! mkdir -p "$dirname"
    exit 1

3) Whenever I run lstopo using X output and I close lstopo window I will get

XIO: fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server ":0.0"
      after 121 requests (121 known processed) with 0 events remaining.

Is there something wrong with my X-server settings? Can it be suppressed?

I'm sorry to always bring up some complains.... These are not real issues. I
have to say that I really really like hwloc and I appreciate how quickly you
address any issues. I'm trying to spread a word among users so that there are
aware of this great tool.

GOOD NEWS - hwloc will be included in RHEL 6.1 as official (supported) package.
AMD has asked for it.

Keep up the GREAT work!