Doh! Stupid Programming Mistakes <humor>

Andrew McNabb amcnabb at mcnabbs.org
Thu Oct 19 12:30:35 MDT 2006


On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 12:24:00PM -0600, Corey Edwards wrote:
> 
> That depends on what exactly MPI is. From the code I get the impression
> that it's a library that handles parallel execution, in which case the
> whole point is to have multiple processes fork off and remain running.
> If that's the case I believe my code is correct. It could also be that
> each child is supposed to run MPI_Finalize, signalling that it has
> exited and should no longer be included in the process pool. Googling
> around for MPI seems to indicate something along those lines.
> 

I don't know MPI very well, but I don't think that you're supposed to do
you're own forking.  My understanding was that you have an MPI framework
start up all of your processes for you.

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