I uninstalled and deleted our old installation directories of 1.1.4 and 1.2.1 so I could have it nice and clean for 1.2.2.  I extracted the source and ran configure with these options:

--prefix=/opt/openmpi/st --with-devel-headers --with-tm=/opt/torque


I then build and installed it.  But when I ran a program I got these messages from each of my processes:

<machine name>: mca: base: component_find: unable to open pls tm: File not found (ignored)

<machine name>: mca: base: component_find: unable to open ras tm: File not found (ignored)


This was the first time that Open MPI was configured with –with-tm as torque wasn’t installed previously.  I found out that torque was not installed to /opt/torque as it was supposed to be, but to it’s default location.  So I reran the configure without --with-tm and rebuilt and reinstalled (after uninstalling the previous build).  But I still got the same messages.


So I completely deleted the source directory and destination directory, extract the source, ran configure, rebuild and installed.  But still the same errors.  According to the open mpi faq, support for torque must be explicitly added via configure.  (http://www.open-mpi.org/faq/?category=building#build-rte-tm)  So is it still including it somehow?





Matt Cupp
Battelle Memorial Institute
Statistics and Information Analysis