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2- ./configure ¡Vwith-comm=shared --prefix=/usr/local
4- make install
in the 5th step error was
Errors while trying to run rsh 192.168.0.25 ¡Vn /bin/ls /usr/local/mpich/mpich-220.127.116.11/mpichfoo unexpected response from 192.168.0.25
ƒÞ > /bin/ls: /usr/local/mpich/mpich-18.104.22.168/mpichfoo:
ƒÞ no such file or directory
The ls test failed on some machines.
This usually means that u donot have a common filesystem on all of the machines in your machines list; MPICH requires this for mpirun (it is possible to handle this in a procgroup file; see the¡K¡K)
Other possible problems include:-
The remote shell command rsh doesnot allow you to run ls.
See the doc abt remote shell & rhosts
You have common filesystem, but with inconsistent names
See the doc on the automounter fix
1 error were encountered while testing the machines list for LINUX
only these machines seem to be available
now since this is only a two node cluster host1 is the server on to which MPICH is being installed. & 192.168.0.25 is the client¡K..
rsh on both nodes is logging freely¡K¡K.
On the server side the file ¡§ machines.LINUX ¡§ contains