I did what you suggested
$ pacman -Syu (a few times, until no further updates)
$ pacman -S msys2-runtime-devel
but I still get the same error. I am attaching the corresponding log file.
I note that Dmitry mentioned that statf/statvfs are not provided in Msys2,
so I wonder how
the config.log reports there is no /usr/include/sys/statfs.h on your system.
on my system, this file exists and is provided by the
so the first steps are to check this package is installed and if not,
note I ran pacman -Syu a few times to
I was aware of the two links posted...
: It dates from 2016, and the issue with statfs/stavfs persists.
I wouldn't know how to "submit a pull request with a PKGBUILD for the
package", and from the post I did not understand if that is like a "feature
request", or if that
MSYS2 is known for not supplying statfs/statvfs, which are practically
meaningless in a Windows-based environment, see e.g. 
Yet, both calls do not seem to be critical for MPI internals, thus one can
potentially develop patches to turn them into an optional feature within
If you are
On 9 December 2014 at 03:29, Howard Pritchard wrote:
> Hello Kevin,
> Could you try testing with Open MPI 1.8.3? There was a bug in 1.8.1
> that you are likely hitting in your testing.
Seems to have got rid of those messages.
Could you try testing with Open MPI 1.8.3? There was a bug in 1.8.1
that you are likely hitting in your testing.
2014-12-07 17:18 GMT-07:00 Kevin Buckley <
> Apologies for the lack of a subject line: cut and pasted the body
On Sep 6, 2013, at 8:06 AM, Alex Margolin wrote:
> Sorry for the title and the html... send button got pressed too earl.
> Anyway, I tried to build OMPI without threads at all with the following
> ./configure --prefix=/cs/mosna/alexam02/ompi
Sorry for the title and the html... send button got pressed too earl.
Anyway, I tried to build OMPI without threads at all with the following
./configure --prefix=/cs/mosna/alexam02/ompi CFLAGS=-m64 CXXFLAGS=-m64
These all look good to me.
On Oct 18, 2006, at 1:11 AM, Brian Barrett wrote:
Hi all -
I have four changes I'd like to make to the wrapper compilers (well,
more the build system). I figured I'd make them available for public
comment before I did any of them, as they would change how things