Commit d1d60089 authored by Mark Olesen's avatar Mark Olesen

Starting point for openfoam-selector is mpi-selector

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# Copyright (c) 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
EXTRA_DIST = README LICENSE
nodist_bin_SCRIPTS = mpi-selector
dist_bin_SCRIPTS = mpi-selector-menu
shell_startupdir = @MPI_SELECTOR_SHELL_STARTUP_DIR@
shell_startup_SCRIPTS = mpi-selector.sh mpi-selector.csh
man_MANS = mpi-selector.1 mpi-selector-menu.1
CLEANFILES = $(bin_scripts) $(man_MANS)
mpi-selector.1: mpi-selector
pod2man --section=1 --center="User Commands" --release="$(VERSION)" --date="$(MAN_DATE)" --name=mpi-selector mpi-selector > mpi-selector.1
mpi-selector-menu.1: mpi-selector-menu
pod2man --section=1 --center="User Commands" --release="$(VERSION)" --date="$(MAN_DATE)" --name=mpi-selector-menu mpi-selector-menu > mpi-selector-menu.1
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Copyright (c) 2007-2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Overview
========
mpi-selector is a simplistic tool that helps manage having multiple
MPI implementations installed on a single host (or cluster). It
allows system administrators to set a site-wide default MPI
implementation, but also allows users to selectively override that
site-wide default with their own choice of MPI implementation.
Both selections are optional and independent; system administrators
may choose not to set a site-wide default while users do choose to
their own default (and vice versa).
Much more information is contained in the mpi-selector.1 man page.
Installation
============
mpi-selector is installed with the traditional "configure" / "make"
combination common to many open source projects.
A traditional "configure" script is provided to allow you where to
install mpi-selector. The main option that you'll want to use is
--prefix, specifying the top directory where mpi-selector and its
files are installed.
shell$ ./configure --prefix=/where/to/install
Then run "make install" to install (you may need root permissions if
installing into restricted directories):
shell# make install
This command will install the following files:
$bindir/mpi-selector
--> $bindir defaults to "$prefix/bin", unless overridden on
the "configure" command line
$mandir/man1/mpi-selector.1
--> $mandir defaults to "$prefix/man", unless overridden on
the "configure" command line
$pkgdatadir/mpi-selector.sh
$pkgdatadir/mpi-selector.csh
--> $pkgdatadir defaults to "$prefix/share/mpi-selector", unless
overridden on the "configure" command line (RPMs will
typically change this value -- YMMV).
The two files installed in $pkgdatadir are intended for site-wide
shell startup usage. For example, on RedHat systems, they should be
copied to /etc/profile.d so that all shells will execute them upon
startup.
These last two files will examine both the site-wide and per user MPI
implementation selection, and if one is set, setup the shell's
environment for it.
Contact
=======
If you need assistance with the mpi-selector package, first read the
mpi-selector(1) man page; it contains a lot more information than is
listed here.
If that still does not answer your question, please send mail to the
OpenFabrics general mailing list (see http://www.openfabrics.org/).
This is a high-volume mailing list, so be sure to put "mpi-selector"
in the subject line somewhere to help ensure that it won't be missed.
Or feel free to contact me directly.
Enjoy!
- Jeff Squyres
14 Feb 2007
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# -*- shell-script -*-
# Copyright (c) 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
# Startup
AC_INIT([mpi-selector],
[m4_normalize(esyscmd([cat VERSION]))],
[], [mpi-selector])
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([foreign dist-bzip2])
# Setup some directory names and filenames that are common across all
# the scripts
prefix_save=$prefix
if test "NONE" = "$prefix"; then
prefix=/usr/local
fi
AC_MSG_CHECKING([shell startup file directory])
AC_ARG_WITH([shell-startup-dir],
AC_HELP_STRING([--with-shell-startup-dir=<dir>],
[Directory where shell startup files are installed (default: $pkgdatadir)]))
if test "$with_shell_startup_dir" == ""; then
MPI_SELECTOR_SHELL_STARTUP_DIR='$(pkgdatadir)'
else
MPI_SELECTOR_SHELL_STARTUP_DIR=$with_shell_startup_dir
fi
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_SHELL_STARTUP_DIR)
AC_MSG_RESULT([$MPI_SELECTOR_SHELL_STARTUP_DIR])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([repository directory])
localstatedir_save="$localstatedir"
eval localstatedir="$localstatedir"
eval MPI_SELECTOR_DATADIR="$localstatedir/mpi-selector/data"
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_DATADIR)
localstatedir="$localstatedir_save"
AC_MSG_RESULT([$MPI_SELECTOR_DATADIR])
AC_MSG_CHECKING([system configuration directory])
sysconfdir_save="$sysconfdir"
eval sysconfdir="$sysconfdir"
eval MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFDIR="$sysconfdir/sysconfig"
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFDIR)
sysconfdir="$sysconfdir_save"
AC_MSG_RESULT([$MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFDIR])
MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFIG_FILE="mpi-selector"
MPI_SELECTOR_HOME_FILE=".mpi-selector"
MPI_SELECTOR_MPIVARS_BASENAME="mpivars"
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFIG_FILE)
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_HOME_FILE)
AC_SUBST(MPI_SELECTOR_MPIVARS_BASENAME)
prefix=$prefix_save
# Information for the man page
MAN_DATE=`date "+%B %d, %Y"`
AC_SUBST(MAN_DATE)
# Party on
AC_CONFIG_FILES([
Makefile
mpi-selector
mpi-selector.sh
mpi-selector.csh
])
AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([tasty], [
for file in mpi-selector mpi-selector.sh mpi-selector.csh;
do
if test -f "$file"; then
chmod -w $file
chmod +x $file
fi
done])
AC_OUTPUT
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#!/bin/csh
# Copyright (c) 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
#
# File installed for Bourne-shell startups to select which MPI
# installation to use. Not using "alternatives" because we want to be
# able to set per-user level defaults, not just system-wide defaults.
set mpi_selector_dir="@MPI_SELECTOR_DATADIR@"
set mpi_selector_homefile="$HOME/@MPI_SELECTOR_HOME_FILE@"
set mpi_selector_sysfile="@MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFDIR@/@MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFIG_FILE@"
set mpi_selection=
if (-f "$mpi_selector_homefile") then
set mpi_selection=`cat $mpi_selector_homefile`
else if (-f "$mpi_selector_sysfile") then
set mpi_selection=`cat $mpi_selector_sysfile`
endif
if ("$mpi_selection" != "" && -f "$mpi_selector_dir/$mpi_selection.csh") then
source "$mpi_selector_dir/$mpi_selection.csh"
endif
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#!/bin/sh
# Copyright (c) 2007 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
#
# File installed for Bourne-shell startups to select which MPI
# installation to use. Not using "alternatives" because we want to be
# able to set per-user level defaults, not just system-wide defaults.
mpi_selector_dir="@MPI_SELECTOR_DATADIR@"
mpi_selector_homefile="$HOME/@MPI_SELECTOR_HOME_FILE@"
mpi_selector_sysfile="@MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFDIR@/@MPI_SELECTOR_SYSCONFIG_FILE@"
mpi_selection=
if test -f "$mpi_selector_homefile"; then
mpi_selection=`cat $mpi_selector_homefile`
elif test -f "$mpi_selector_sysfile"; then
mpi_selection=`cat $mpi_selector_sysfile`
fi
if test "$mpi_selection" != "" -a -f "$mpi_selector_dir/$mpi_selection.sh"; then
. "$mpi_selector_dir/$mpi_selection.sh"
fi
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