will this rpm include both openmpi and openmpi-devel or do i have to
create separate rpms? Thanks for your time!
On 8/9/13 3:14 PM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) wrote:
> The specfile we provide is quite flexible -- read through the comments at the top to see what CLI options it allows. The short version is that you want something like:
> rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'configure_options --enable-event-thread-support --enable-opal-multi-threads ...etc.' openmpi-1.7.2-1.src.rpm
> On Aug 9, 2013, at 6:10 PM, RoboBeans <robobeans_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Thanks Jeff. I was able to produce rpm using "rpmbuild --rebuild openmpi-1.7.2-1.src.rpm". What is the correct way of passing additional config parameters if a user wish to. For example -enable-event-thread-support --enable-opal-multi-threads --enable-orte-progress-threads --enable-mpi-thread-multiple
>> Once rpm is ready, I will get rid of older version of MPI completely and then install 1.7.2 version using this rpm.
>> 1) yum remove openmpi
>> 2) rpm -ivh openmpi-1.7.2-1.src.rpm
>> On 8/8/13 7:44 AM, Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) wrote:
>>> The issue is that the buildrpm.sh script is not really intended for users. It's for the OMPI developers who make the official Open MPI SRPM. That usually ends up being me, so that script is somewhat tailored to my environment.
>>> You should be able to rpmbuild --rebuild the Open MPI SRPM if you want an RPM.
>>> On Aug 7, 2013, at 9:54 PM, RoboBeans <robobeans_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>>>> Hello everyone, I am trying to create rpm from openmpi source code but getting following error. Could someone please point what I am doing wrong? I have attached buildrpm.sh and openmpi.spec for your reference. Thanks for your time!
>>>> # ./buildrpm.sh openmpi-1.7.2.tar.gz
>>>> --> Found tarball: openmpi-1.7.2.tar.gz
>>>> --> Found Open MPI version: 1.7.2
>>>> --> Found specfile: openmpi.spec
>>>> grep: /root/.rpmmacros: No such file or directory
>>>> --> Found RPM top dir: /usr/src/redhat
>>>> Problem creating rpms: You do not have a /usr/src/redhat directory
>>>> tree or you do not have write access to the /usr/src/redhat directory
>>>> tree. Please remedy and try again.
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