> "Jeff Squyres" <jsquyres_at_[hidden]>
> Oy. This is ick, because this error code is coming from horrendously
> complex code deep in the depths of OMPI that is probing the OS to
> figure out what ethernet interfaces you have. It may or may not be
> simple to fix this.
> Do you mind diving into the OMPI code a bit to figure this out? I'm
> afraid that none of the developers are likely to have access to
> NetBSD. :-( I can point you right where to look.
> "Ralph Castain" <rhc_at_[hidden]>
> I believe what this is saying is that we are not finding any TCP
> interfaces - the ioctl itself is failing. So yes - miprun failing
> at that point is going to happen because we have no way to communicate
> for launch.
> Do you see interfaces if you do an /sbin/ifconfig? Do they have valid
> IP addresses?
Yes, all the machines participating in the grid have valid IP addresses
on their interfaces.
I assume that both of you have seen the reply from Aleksej Saushev,
who seems to be the bloke looking after the port of OpenMPI to the
Aleksej suggested some mods he had partially looked at, in
was that were you would have told me to go Jeff ?
I have not as yet tried anything.
I am awaiting being given the local ability to build the OpenMPI
within the NetBSD PkgSrc environment and am building externally
to it at present, so would be happy/able to try any suggestions
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