mpich 'make testing'

Marc Cozzi cozzi at hertz.rad.nd.edu
Tue Aug 7 17:34:19 EDT 2001


Hello,

 Not quite the same problems but I would be interested in what procedures
other people are using to build the mpich package with PGI. I've followed
the
method sent to the list by David Walker will no success. It would almost
seem there is a syntax error in the sed command. After making the change to
the Makefile, doing a make clean then make mpi >& Make.log I get a failure
at:
Configuration completed.
cd mpich-1.2.0/ && BINDIR="" LIBDIR="" sed -e 's at MPIR_HOME   =
.*mpich-1.2.0MPIR_HOME
   = $\\PGI/linux86@' Makefile > Makefile.pgi
sed: -e expression #1, char 58: Unterminated `s' command
make: *** [mpich-1.2.0] Error 1

Tried the method on the Portland web page which is about the same. I see a
lot of
unresolved references to bproc stuff. Created a pgconfig file that has the
following.
Then ececuted it.
./configure -c++=pgCC -cc=pgcc -fc=pgf77 -cflags="-Msignextend -tp px
-DUSE_U_INT_
FOR_XDR -DHAVE_RPC_RPC_H=1" -opt=-fast
-fflags="-tp px" -c++flags="-tp px" -f90flags="-tp px" -f90=pgf90
-prefix=/usr/loc
al/mpich -comm=shared
sed -e 's at MPIR_HOME   = .*$@MPIR_HOME   = $$\\PGI/linux86@' Makefile >
Makefile.pgi

This runs along quit a ways but near the end complains about the following:

/root/beompi/beompi-1.0.14/mpich-1.2.0/lib/libmpich.a(chnodename.o): In
function `
MPID_Node_name':
chnodename.o(.text+0x17): undefined reference to `bproc_currnode'
make[4]: *** [cpi_log] Error 1
** C application cannot be linked with logging library
** Testing if C application can be linked with tracing library
----------------
 .
 .
 .
make[3]: *** [overtake] Error 1
make[2]: [linktest] Error 2 (ignored)
Could not link a C program with MPI libraries
make[2]: *** [linktest] Error 1
make[1]: *** [linktest] Error 2
make: *** [mpi] Error 2
--------------------------

Any suggestion you may have would be of great help. G77 is just plain
too picky and slow for the codes we need to run..

thanks
Marc Cozzi
Univ. of Notre Dame
cozzi at nd.edu




-----Original Message-----
From: Nicholas York [mailto:nick at damnable.com]
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2001 4:29 PM
To: Richard Walsh; beowulf at beowulf.org
Subject: Re: mpich 'make testing'


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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