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Re^3: Problems with FF in Ubuntu 9.10 after a kernel update

Davide Vanossi
vanossi.davide@unimore.it


I have the same kind of problem after a kernel update of ubuntu 10.04 64 bit. Under the last kernel (2.6.32-24 #42) installed from the official repository FireFly does not work. The error is of the same kind of the one reported by Reinaldo and it affects both serial and parallel runs (under different version of MPI; I currently use the FireFly version 7.1.G with MPICH, MPICH2 and openMPI).
Using the kernel 2.6.32-21 (#31) FF works without any problem.
Regards,

    Davide Vanossi


On Thu Sep 2 '10 0:26am, Reinaldo Pis Diez wrote
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>Dear Jim,

>On Wed Sep 1 '10 11:52pm, Jim Kress wrote
>-----------------------------------------
>>Try MPICH2 or OpenMPI version.  MPICH1 is obsolete, not supported and buggy.

>I didn't mention but I had the same results using MPICH2. As I didn't install OpenMPI libraries FF complains about the lack of them.
>As I have the same behavior with both MPICH1 (static and dynamic) and MPICH2, I believe the problem is not related to FF.

>Reinaldo  
>
>
>>Jim

>>On Wed Sep 1 '10 10:16pm, Reinaldo Pis Diez wrote
>>-------------------------------------------------
>>>Dear folks,

>>>I use FF, version 7.1.G, build 5618 in my laptop under Ubuntu 9.10. I've installed the MPICH1 version with libraries statically linked. Until last week or so I was running FF without any problem.
>>>Then, the automatic package manager facility in Ubuntu upgraded the kernel to 2.6.31-22 and after that I was unable to run FF again.
>>>The program starts and stops at different points, depending on the job, and immediately prints on the screen the following:

>>>TID 5898 caught signal 7, exiting.                      

>>>Dump of registers follows

>>>eax :: 0x00048914, edx :: 0xffffa868
>>>ecx :: 0xfffe8634, ebx :: 0xffffa648
>>>esi :: 0xf5ea2498, edi :: 0xffffa6d4
>>>ebp :: 0xffffa690, esp :: 0xffffa62c
>>>eip :: 0xf5e84177, eflags :: 0x00210206

>>>cs  :: 0x0023
>>>ds  :: 0x002b
>>>es  :: 0x002b
>>>ss  :: 0x002b
>>>fs  :: 0x00d7
>>>gs  :: 0x0000

>>>Stack backtrace

>>>esp :: 0xffffa690, ebp :: 0x00000002, eip :: 0xf5e8d5fc

>>>Any ideas/hints about what's going on?
>>>Regards,

>>>Reinaldo
>>>

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