On Friday 16 June 2006 16:03, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) wrote:
> Can you repeat this and run a non-MPI executable such as "hostname"? I
> want to take MPI out of the equation and just test the launching system.
Sorry, forgot that. So I executed
mpiexec -np 1 -d --mca pls tm --mca pls_tm_debug 1 -x
PATH --prefix /opt/openmpi hostname > openmpi1.log 2>&1
and the log is attached.
> Can you also verify that you are correctly matching your OMPI installations
> on all nodes? I.e., that you've got Open MPI installed in the same
> location on all nodes in your cluster, and your PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> are pointing to the version of Open MPI that you intend to use.
Well, all the nodes share the installation through NFS. The PATH is entered
into $HOME/.bashrc, but I also export the PATH variable as you can see above.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not necessary as openmpi was only built with static
libraries and libtorque.so can be found through /etc/ld.so.cache on all
> > (could it be
> > that the mailing list has problems with utf8 posts?):
> I actually got both your session logs ok...?
In my first two posts, all the linebreaks were missing. But if you say it was
okay for you then I won't worry any longer!
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