FWIW, I heavily use the --section and --[no]-<phase> command line
arguments in my automated Cisco MTT setup.
On May 13, 2008, at 4:12 PM, Ethan Mallove wrote:
> On Tue, May/13/2008 02:54:46PM, Rafael Folco wrote:
>> I appreciate if anyone can give me some help.
>> How to run MTT tests just against one specific MPI version ? It is
>> running against all MPI versions: ompi-nightly-v1.1, ompi-nightly-
>> and ompi-nightly-v1.2.
>> I've already tried to use the following configurations. Did I miss
>> anything ?
>> MPI Get phase:
>> [MPI get: OpenMPI-1.2.5]
>> mpi_details = Open MPI 1.2.5
>> module = AlreadyInstalled
>> MPI Install phase:
>> [MPI install: OpenMPI-1.2.5]
>> module = Analyze::OMPI
>> Test Build phase:
>> skip_mpi_get = ompi-nightly-v1.1, ompi-nightly-trunk, ompi-nightly-
>> skip_mpi_install = ompi-nightly-v1.1, ompi-nightly-trunk,
>> Command line:
>> # client/mtt -d --force -f samples/ompi-core.ini
>> Thanks in advance.
> You can skip sections in the INI file by inserting
> a text string (e.g., "skip") into the section names. E.g.,
> [SKIP MPI get: ompi-nightly-v1.1]
> [SKIP MPI get: ompi-nightly-v1.2]
> [SKIP MPI get: ompi-nightly-trunk]
> There's also a "--[no]-section" option if you'd rather leave your
> INI file clean. E.g.,
> $ client/mtt -d --force -f samples/ompi-core.ini \
> alreadyinstalled_dir=/usr/lib64/openmpi/1.2.5-gcc \
> --section "OpenMPI-1.2.5 trivial ibm intel mpicxx"
> MTT will do a pattern match on each INI section, and execute
> only the sections listed in your --section argument. In the
> above example, sections matching either "OpenMPI-1.2.5",
> "trivial", "ibm", "intel", or "mpicxx" will be run.
>> Rafael Folco
>> OpenHPC / Brazil Test Lead
>> IBM Linux Technology Center
>> E-Mail: rfolco_at_[hidden]
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