• 2019 Update 7
  • 03/31/2020


Intel® MPI Library Developer Guide for Linux* OS
#define PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT 4 MPI_Comm comms[PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT]; MPI_Request requests[PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT]; MPI_Info info; int idx; /* create “per-thread” communicators and assign thread id for each communicator */ for (idx = 0; idx < PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT; idx++) { MPI_Comm_dup(MPI_COMM_WORLD, &comms[idx]); char thread_id_str[256] = { 0 }; sprintf(thread_id_str, "%d", idx); MPI_Info_create(&info); MPI_Info_set(info, "thread_id", thread_id_str); MPI_Comm_set_info(comms[idx], info); MPI_Info_free(&info); } /* distribute MPI operations between communicators – i.e. between progress threads */ for (idx = 0; idx < PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT; idx++) { MPI_Iallreduce(…, comms[idx], &requests[idx]); } MPI_Waitall(PROGRESS_THREAD_COUNT, requests, …)

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