Boost Testing :
Subject: Re: [Boost-testing] Enabling Boost.MPI tests on AIX
From: Vladimir Prus (vladimir_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-06-13 04:06:37
Christopher Cambly wrote:
>> > We are interesting experimenting with Boost.MPI testing as part of our
>> > nightly testing. We have had several attempts at enabling Boost.MPI
>> > always fail with the message:
>> > ===============MPI Auto-configuration===============
>> > MPI auto-detection failed: unknown wrapper compiler /usr/bin/mpCC
>> > Please report this error to the Boost mailing list:
>> > You will need to manually configure MPI support.
>> > MPI launcher: /usr/bin/mpiexec -np
>> > ====================================================
>> > bjam --debug-configuration gives the same message. Our user-config.jam
>> > the following line:
>> > using mpi : /usr/bin/mpCC : : /usr/bin/mpiexec ;
>> > Is this supposed to work? Is there something else that we are missing?
>> The above -- I am not sure. Did you mean /usr/bin/mpiCC (with extra 'i').
>> At least that's the name I have on my system.
> No mpCC (no i) is part of the IBM Parallel environment. The mpCC script
> can invoke the xlC (vacpp) compiler which is why we are interested in
> experimenting with it to see if how well it works with Boost.MPI.
Then, it probably does not react to neither of below options:
What option to mpCC is supposed to print additional compiler flags to use?