Seeing your mail, I suppose you are working at Sun. We
have a Sun 10000 Server at our university, and my
program runs almost as fast on 16 UltraSparc2
processors as on a pentium D.The program is perfectly
scallable. I am a little bit dissapointed. Our Sparc
II are at 400MHz, and the Pentium D at 2.8GHz. I could
expect that the pentium is 4 time faster, but not 16
I wonder how a Sparc IV would perform.
--- Don Kerr <Don.Kerr_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Additionally, Solaris comes with the IB drivers and
> since the libs are
> there OMPI thinks that it is available. You can
> suppress this message with
> --mca btl_base_warn_component_unused 0
> or specifically call out the btls you wish to use,
> --mca btl self,sm,tcp
> Brock Palen wrote:
> >It means that your OMPI was compiled to support
> uDAPL (a type of
> >infinibad network) but that your computer does not
> have such a card
> >installed. Because you dont it will fall back to
> ethernet. But
> >because you are just running on a single machine.
> You will use the
> >fastest form of communication using shared memory.
> so you can ignore
> >that message. Unless in the future you add a uDAPL
> powered network
> >and you still get that message then you need to
> >Brock Palen
> >Center for Advanced Computing
> >On Jun 10, 2007, at 9:18 AM, victor marian wrote:
> >>I have a Pentium D computer with Solaris 10
> >>I installed OpenMPI, succesfully compiled my
> >>program, but when giving
> >>mpirun -np 2 progexe
> >>I receive
> >>[0,1,0]: uDAPL on host SERVSOLARIS was unable to
> >>any NICs.
> >>Another transport will be used instead, although
> >>may result in
> >>lower performance.
> >>I am a begginer in MPI and don't know what it
> >> should I do to solve the problem?
> >>Thank you.
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