Intel MIC + Lustre 2.5.2

Hi Team,


we are trying to build Intel MIC with lustre support.

Lustre 2.5.2 client,Cent OS 6.5, MPSS-3.2.3, OFED1.5.4.1 + OFED-3.5-2-MIC-beta1

With Plain kernel(2.6.32-431) of cent os, we are able to install mpss and ofed stack.

But when we are following the same things with the updated kernel(2.6.32-431.17.1) mpss stack is not loading.

How can we resolve this issue.


please reply 

Thank You

Atul Yadav


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