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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Run a process double
From: Damien Hocking (damien_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-28 18:46:30

That's what's supposed to happen, it's how MPI works. Process 0 is the
head or boss process, and the others are slaves, and execute partially
different code even though they're in the same executable. MPI is
multi-process, not multi-thread.


Henry Adolfo Lambis Miranda wrote:
> Hi everybody out there.....
> This is my first post to the mail list.
> I have installed openmp 1.2.4 over a x_64 AMD double processor with SuSE
> linux.
> In principal, the instalation was succefull, with ifort 10.X.
> But when i run any code ( mpirun -np 2 a.out), instead of share the
> calcules between the two
> processor, the system duplicate the executable and send one to each
> processor.
> i don´t know what the h$%& is going on......
> regards..
> Henry