[R] Problems with Rmpi and LAM 7.1.4

From: <giuseppe1.milicia_at_hsbcib.com>
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2008 12:07:09 +0100

Guys,

I'm running LAM 7.1.4 and R/Rmpi on a SuSE 9.3 box.

When I do

>library(Rmpi)

The whole thing crashes with the following message:



No SSI RPI modules said that they were available to run.

This should only happen if you request an MPI thread level that is too high (for example, none of the SSI RPI modules that are included with LAM/MPI currently support MPI_THREAD_MULTIPLE). If this happened and you did not call MPI_INIT_THREAD with MPI_THREAD_MULTIPLE, something catastrophic happened during SSI module selection such that no RPIs were able to run.


Anyone experienced that? Any ideas?

Cheers,

// Giuseppe



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