[torqueusers] compiling Torque / Maui with 64 bit gcc

Donald Tripp uhhhpc at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 13:43:24 MST 2008


Why do you need to compile Torque as 64 bit? Since Torque does not  
directly affect the execution of parallel code, it doesn't  
necessarily make sense to compile it as 64 bit. Plus, the observation  
you made of backwards compatibility with 32 bit machines is very valid.

On Jan 9, 2008, at 10:34 AM, Thomas H Dr Pierce wrote:

>
> Dear Torque/Maui Users,
>
> I searched the archives and I cannot find the correct documentation  
> for upgrading to 64 bits.
>
> Torque 2.1.10  compiled fine and generated  torque-package-clients- 
> linux-x86_64.sh,    torque-package-devel-linux-x86_64.sh   torque- 
> package-doc-linux-x86_64.sh  torque-package-mom-linux-x86_64.sh    
> torque-package-server-linux-x86_64.sh
>
> But I cannot find in the archives how to compile maui-3.2.6p19 in  
> 64 bits. It seems to default to 32 bits and then it won't link up  
> with Torque 64bit mom servers.
>
> So should I recompile Torque as 32 bits?  This is probably the  
> simplest approach and I can link to the older 32bit systems that  
> still exist (and are hard to kill off) but what flag is needed  for  
> configure to make Torque compile 32 bits in the Makefile?
> ------
> Sincerely,
>
>   Tom Pierce
>
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