Have a look at MPIP: http://mpip.sf.net/
It will give you simple stats on what MPI functions were invoked.
It doesn't give you stats about the underlying transport, though
(E.g., TCP-level stats). For that, you would need to use PERUSE.
Rainer -- can you comment on how much info the tcp BTL reports via
On May 13, 2007, at 5:14 AM, Code Master wrote:
> How can I profile the communication of MPI library such as number
> of messages sent / received, UDP packet requested to receive and
> sent and volume of data sent?
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