News & Events
- SC14-mpich-flyer here. Come and meet us at the following events:
- Mon / 04:10pm – 04:40pm / 286-7 / Simplifying the Recovery Model of User-Level Failure Mitigation
- Wed / 10:30am – 11:00am / 393-4-5 / Nonblocking Epochs in MPI One-Sided Communication (Best Paper Finalist)
- Wed / 11:30am – 12:00pm / 393-4-5 / MC-Checker: Detecting Memory Consistency Errors in MPI One-Sided Applications
- Tue / 05:15pm – 07:00pm / Lobby / Using Global View Resilience (GVR) to add Resilience to Exascale Applications (Best Poster Finalist)
- Tue / 05:30pm – 07:00pm / 386-7 / MPICH: A High-Performance Open-Source MPI Implementation
- Wed / 05:30pm – 07:00pm / 293 / The Message Passing Interface : MPI 3.1 and Plans for MPI 4.0
- Mon / 08:30am – 05:00pm / 389 / Advanced MPI Programming, by Pavan Balaji, William Gropp, Torsten Hoefler, Rajeev Thakur
- Mon / 08:30am – 05:00pm / 386-7 / Parallel I/O In Practice, by Robert J. Latham, Robert Ross, Brent Welch, Katie Antypas
- Tue / 04:20pm – 05:00pm / UTK/NICS Booth #2925 / Argo Runtime for Massive Concurrency
- Wed / 11:00am – 01:00pm / DOE Booth #1939 / ARGO: An Exascale Operating System and Runtime
- MCS news and on the MPICH ABI Page.
- have successfully executed MPI programs with over 100 million MPI processes on an MPICH derivative known as “Fine-Grain MPI”, or FG-MPI.
This release contains a bug in hydra, which is fixed by 3.0.1. Please use 3.0.1 instead.
A new stable release of MPICH, 3.0, is now available for download. The primary focus of this release is to provide full support for the MPI-3 standard. Other smaller features including support for ARM v7 native atomics and hwloc-1.6 are also included.
- MPICH Birds-of-a-Feather session at SC|12 in SaltLake City. The session will provide a forum for users of MPICH as well as developers of MPI implementations derived from MPICH to discuss experiences and issues in using and porting MPICH. Future plans for MPI-3 support will be discussed. Representatives from MPICH-derived implementations will provide brief updates on the status of their efforts. MPICH developers will also be present for an open forum discussion. The session will be held on Tuesday November 13, 2012 from 12:15-1:15 (MST) in room 155-B.