mpich 'make testing'

Nicholas York nick at damnable.com
Mon Aug 6 17:29:11 EDT 2001


Richard,

Figuring the problem could be with PGI, I then tried compiling with GNU CC.

./configure -cc=gcc -c++=g++ -cflags="-mcpu=i686 -O2 -Os --fast-math
" -fc=g77 -fflags="-mcpu=i686 -O2 -Os --fast-math" -f90=pgf90 -f90flags="-tp
p6 -fast"

After fixing the probems introduced by gcc2.96's va_arg(), I got it to
compile again.  However, I'm still getting the same problems with 'make
testing' (and with all the tests executed by examples/test/pt2pt/runtests)

--Nick

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Walsh" <rbw at networkcs.com>
To: <beowulf at beowulf.org>; <nick at damnable.com>
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2001 2:17 PM
Subject: Re: mpich 'make testing'


> Nick York writes:
>
> >I've compiled mpich-1.2.1 with the Portland Group compiler and I'm =
> >getting the error below.  I had installed NPB and had been testing it =
> >(works fine with 1 process) and had been getting the same problem when I
=
> >ran any test with multiple processes, so I went back and started testing
=
> >my mpich installation and found this problem.  I've seen a few people =
> >reporting problems with casting integers when compiling this with GNU =
> >cc, but no specific fixes to the problem.=20
>
> I do not believe Portland Group supports mpich-1.2.1 at
> present. There is information on getting 1.2.0 runnning
> with it on there web site, but as of July 2001, 1.2.1 was
> not yet supported.
>
> Regards,
>
> Richard Walsh
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