I didn't do a formal uninstall as you demonstate below, but instead went
into the 'prefix' directory and renamed 'bin','lib','etc','include', and
before running the 1.0.2 build and install. That way I didn't blow up my
1.0.1 installation, and it was easy to switch back in case the 1.0.2
didn't work. I was sure this procedure was legitimate, but maybe I missed
something? As far as I know all executable, library, and include paths
are identical between the two, so what else should I change?
Michael Kluskens wrote:
>One possibility is that you didn't properly uninstall version 1.0.1
>before installing version 1.0.2 & 1.0.3.
>There was a change with some of the libraries a while back that
>caused me a similar problem. An install of later versions of OpenMPI
>do not remove certain libraries from 1.0.1.
>You absolutely have to:
>sudo make uninstall
>sudo make install
>I have had no trouble in the past with PGF90 version 6.1-3 and
>OpenMPI 1.1a on a dual Operton 1.4 GHz machine running Debian Linux.
>On May 24, 2006, at 7:43 PM, Tom Rosmond wrote:
>>After using OPENMPI Ver 1.0.1 for several months without trouble,
>>I decided to upgrade to Ver 1.0.2. My primary motivation was
>>to see if
>>there was any performance benefit. To my surprise, several of my F90
>>refused to run with the newer version. I also tried Ver 1.0.3a1r10036
>>with the same
>>result. In all 3 cases I configured the build identically. Even that
>>old chestnut 'hello.f'
>>will not run with the newer versions. I ran it in the totalview
>>debugger and can see
>>that it is hanging in the MPI initialization code before it gets to
>> I am using the Ver 6.1 PGF90 64bit compiler on a Linux Opteron
>>workstation with 2
>>dual core 2.4 GHZ processors. If you think it it is worthwhile to
>>pursue this problem
>>further, what could I send you to help troubleshoot the problem?
>>Meanwhile I have
>>gone back to 1.0.1, which works fine on everything.
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