[mpich-discuss] Is stand alone MPI executable possible?
jayesh at mcs.anl.gov
Fri Oct 2 15:39:46 CDT 2009
MPICH2 has a set of runtime components required to run your MPI job. So
you will have to package your MPI program with the MPICH2 components
required to run your MPI program before distributing it to your users
(i.e., you will have to install MPICH2 manually using your own install
Please follow the steps below when distributing your MPI application
(these are the steps followed by our users who distribute MPI apps),
# Compile your MPI program with MPICH2
# Package the tools in the <MPICH2-INSTALL-DIR>\bin directory (Based on
your requirement. For a basic setup package mpiexec.exe & smpd.exe) with
# Package the MPICH2 dlls. (Look for mpich2*.dll, mpe*.dll & fmpich*.dll
in your c:\windows\system32 directory) with your pgm.
# When installing your MPI program,
---- install the MPICH2 program manager, smpd, using the "-install" option
---- Copy the MPICH2 dlls to c:\windows\system32 (based on your system
this could change - I would recommend using an installer & its support
Let us know if you need further help.
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[mailto:mpich-discuss-bounces at mcs.anl.gov] On Behalf Of Gulshan Singh
Sent: Friday, October 02, 2009 3:02 PM
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Subject: [mpich-discuss] Is stand alone MPI executable possible?
What we have:
Windows XP, Intel Fortran, Visual Studio, and MPI library from Argonne
We developed a MPI Fortran code that that runs on requested number of
processors. We are trying to generate an executable from this code. This
executable should be such that the user does not have to install MPI
library (STATIC library).
We have been trying to do this from some time. We looked at intel help for
statis libraries and many posts regarding similar issues and could not
find/develop a solution. Can any please tell us that it is possible to do
develop a stand alone MPI executable. If possible what is the procedure in
Visual Studio to get the executable.
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