The Open MPI Team, representing a consortium of research, academic, and 
industry partners, is pleased to announce the release of Open MPI version 
v1.10.7 is a bug fix release that includes a variety of bug fixes and some 
performance fixes.  All users are encouraged to upgrade to v1.10.7 when 

Version 1.10.7 can be downloaded from the main Open MPI web site: 

Please note that this will be the final release in the 1.10 series.


1.10.7 - 16 May 2017
- Fix bug in TCP BTL that impacted performance on 10GbE (and faster)
  networks by not adjusting the TCP send/recv buffer sizes and using
  system default values
- Add missing MPI_AINT_ADD and MPI_AINT_DIFF function delcarations in
- Fixed time reported by MPI_WTIME; it was previously reported as
  dependent upon the CPU frequency.
- Fix platform detection on FreeBSD
- Fix a bug in the handling of MPI_TYPE_CREATE_DARRAY in
- Fix openib memory registration limit calculation
- Add missing MPI_T_PVAR_SESSION_NULL in mpi.h
- Fix "make distcheck" when using external hwloc and/or libevent packages
- Add latest ConnectX-5 vendor part id to OpenIB device params
- Fix race condition in the UCX PML
- Fix signal handling for rsh launcher
- Fix Fortran compilation errors by removing MPI_SIZEOF in the Fortran
  interfaces when the compiler does not support it
- Fixes for the pre-ignore-TKR "mpi" Fortran module implementation
  (i.e., for older Fortran compilers -- these problems did not exist
  in the "mpi" module implementation for modern Fortran compilers):
  - Add PMPI_* interfaces
  - Fix typo in MPI_FILE_WRITE_AT_ALL_BEGIN interface name
  - Fix typo in MPI_FILE_READ_ORDERED_BEGIN interface name
- Fixed the type of MPI_DISPLACEMENT_CURRENT in all Fortran interfaces
- Fixed typos in MPI_INFO_GET_* man pages.  Thanks to Nicolas Joly for
  the patch
- Fix typo bugs in wrapper compiler script

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