| How to setup PTP tools on windows 7 and run an MPICH2 test program on ubuntu cluster [message #994896]
||Fri, 28 December 2012 15:31
| George Papas
Registered: December 2012
I am trying a couple of weeks now to properly setup PTP and all the tools that are needed in order to run an MPI project on a target ubuntu cluster but i am confused.
First of all i have installed on windows 7 minGW 32bit,openMPI 32bit and MPICH2 32bit (i ll use MPICH2 only), PTP tools,RDT, Remote System Explorer and GEMS. When i make a project, I setup the properties for the paths etc, and i build the .c file i dont get binaries for some reason. I get:
13:33:29 ** Rebuild of configuration Debug for project mpitest ** Info: Internal Builder is used for build mpiCC "-IC:\MPICH2\include"
-O0 -g3 -Wall -c -fmessage-length=0 -o "src\mpitest.o" "..\src\mpitest.c"
The Open MPI wrapper compiler was unable to find the specified compiler cl.exe in your PATH.
Note that this compiler was either specified at configure time or in one of several possible environment variables.
13:33:29 Build Finished (took 78ms)
What does this means? I dont have any cl.exe on my machine.
In addition, how do i setup the "Run Configuration" in eclipse? Where do i place the commands needed to run on the cluster? Which program is going to show me the graphical representation of the results? (i thought was GEMS) I have made the connection with a cluster machine but cant go any further! I need some guidance and i cant find anyone who really knows how to set those tools up!
Thanks in advance! Any help would be appreciated.
[Updated on: Sat, 29 December 2012 20:33]
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