[Pvfs2-users] "Remote Endpoint is Closed" error
atchley at myri.com
Wed Aug 25 11:38:23 EDT 2010
On Aug 25, 2010, at 11:02 AM, Joshua Randall wrote:
>> Can you try repeating your experiment with the OMX_FATAL_ERRORS environment variable set to 0?
> With OMX_FATAL_ERRORS=0 and MX_IMM_ACK=1, the servers now start and connect to each other. Perhaps someone should add the need for OMX_FATAL_ERRORS=0 to the FAQ entry that discusses MX_IMM_ACK (or perhaps it can be set programmatically via the API?). In any case, thanks for the help in getting the servers started!
I will forward this to the Open-MX developers and ask that they look into why Open-MX is not accepting the MX error handler setting.
> However, I still cannot get the filesystem to actually work. With the 3 servers running, I tried pvfs2-ping, but all I get are connection errors.
There is a BMI pingpong test in $PVFS2_SRC/test/io/bmi/. Can you build and run it between two machines to make sure that bmi_mx can connect and pass data?
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