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Re: Call for testing, updated yadedaily packages
That inconsistent mpi detection is a known weirdness as the message
suggests. We have it in gitlab-ci pipeline as well.
Hopefully we will understand it, but it should be fine anyway.
On Mon, 1 Jul 2019 at 16:18, Gael Lorieul <gael.lorieul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> On 27-06-19 15:15, Anton Gladky wrote:
> > yadedaily packages are being under renovation at the moment. And now
> > they need to be tested.
> Installed on Ubuntu 18.04
> Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6200U CPU @ 2.30GHz
> Intel Corporation Skylake GT2 [HD Graphics 520]
> I have one warning with `yade --test`:
> "mpi version reported by by cmake is [(3, 1, 0), '3.1'] and by C++ is
> [(2, 1, 1), 'ompi:2.1.1']
> Warning: mpi versions are different. Can you help with file
> The `py/libVersions.py.in` file contains the comment: "The mpi version
> detected by cmake sometimes is different than version detected by C++,
> this needs further investigation."
> cmake 3.10.2-1ubuntu2, installed from official Ubuntu repositories
> g++ 4:7.4.0-1ubuntu2.3, installed from official Ubuntu repositories
> openmpi-bin 2.1.1-8, installed from official Ubuntu repositories
> Note: I have never installed manually OpenMpi packages, or built it
> manually from the sources on this computer. I have not held back any
> package either. I cannot find trace of an OpenMpi 3.1.0 on my computer,
> only of OpenMpi 2.1.1. Eventually yadedaily picks the "correct" OpenMpi
> i.e. 2.1.1 (indicated by `yadedaily --test`).
> Otherwise everything works as expected: `yadedaily --test` and
> `yadedaily --check` both run successfully with all tests passed.
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