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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Trouble with IPM & OpenMPI on SGI Altix
From: Jeff Squyres (jsquyres_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-12-15 21:20:24

I'm afraid that we're not conversant with the IPM application here -- have you tried pinging the IPM authors to see if they support what you're trying to do?

(sorry to give such a weasel answer, but we really have no idea :-( )

On Dec 8, 2010, at 10:59 AM, Gilbert Grosdidier wrote:

> Bonjour,
> I have trouble when trying to compile& run IPM on an SGI Altix cluster.
> The issue is: this cluster is providing a default SGI MPT
> implementation of MPI,
> but I want to use a private installation of OpenMPI 1.4.3 instead.
> 1) When I compile IPM as recommended, everything works fine, but, clearly
> the shared lib which is built is aiming at the default SGI-MPT install.
> The configure command line was:
> ./configure --with-compiler=INTEL --prefix=/home/myhome/ipm/ipmoicc/ipm
> 2) When trying to run the application with the relevant LD_PRELOAD, this
> failure occurs:
> mpiexec: symbol lookup error:
> /home/myhome/ipm/ipmoicc/ipm/lib/ undefined symbol:
> mpi_sgi_status_ignore
> leading to the diagnostic above.
> 3) Of course, if one forces the linking of the application with -lipm,
> the same kind of culprit is found:
> undefined reference to « mpi_sgi_status_ignore »
> My feeling is I am missing the right way to make IPM pointing at my
> private install of OpenMPI
> at IPM compile time. How to achieve this, please ? I found no indication
> on the Web, unfortunately, looking MPI or IPM ways :-)
> Thanks in advance for any hint, Regards, G.
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Jeff Squyres
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