Hi again, On Jan 30, 2012, at 7:29 PM, Sylwester Arabas wrote: >> ... >> Currently hdf5 does not provide an MPI version installable with the serial >> one > > But I don't need the serial version at all. The only reason I wan't to install > HDF4 on this machine is to have the MPI IO available in netCDF4, and since it > is implemented via HDF4 I need an MPI-enabled HDF4 install. > >> ... due to upstream bad habit of using the same name and sonames for all >> versions (serial,parallel and so on). So you have to use the serial version. >> One possibility would be providing parallel versions for all buildable >> chains of tools, as an alternative, but it would be very complicated. >> See #591346 for information about this issue and try to convince upstream >> to support at least properly parallel flavors. > > If I understand correctly, this bug refers to a hdf-mpi/hdf-serial conflict, > so again: my issue if kind of different.
Quoting the netcdf INSTALL file: > 3.4.1 Building HDF5 for Parallel I/O > ------------------------------------ > For parallel I/O to work, HDF5 must be installed with -enable-parallel, > and an MPI library (and related libraries) must be made available to > the HDF5 configure... and > 3.4.3 Building NetCDF > --------------------- > To build netCDF with parallel I/O, build as usual, but point the > configure at a version of HDF5 that has been built for parallel I/O. HTH, Sylwester -- http://www.igf.fuw.edu.pl/~slayoo/ Please consider your environmental responsibility before printing this e-mail. _______________________________________________ Pkg-grass-devel mailing list Pkgemail@example.com http://lists.alioth.debian.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/pkg-grass-devel