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The MPICH team will participate in several events at SC ’16 (http://sc16.supercomputing.org), including tutorials, workshops, BoFs and show floor exhibits. Come and say hi! Tutorials Nov. 13 (Sun) / 08:30am – 05:00pm / 355-B / Parallel I/O In Practice Rob … Continue reading
The MPICH project has migrated primary development and bug tracking activity to GitHub (http://github.com/pmodels/mpich). Users are encouraged to fork the repository, open bug reports, and submit PRs to improve the code! Enjoy!
A new preview release of MPICH, 3.3a1, is now available for download. This preview is the first in the 3.3 major release series. Of major focus in this alpha is an new (non-default) device layer implementation – CH4. CH4 is … Continue reading
Thanks to all who attended and gave presentations at this years MPICH Birds-of-a-Feather session at Supercomputing in Austin, TX. It was great to see everyone and discuss the future plans for MPICH in person. Aggregated slides from all presentations can … Continue reading
A new stable release of MPICH, 3.2, is now available for download. This is the first stable release in the 3.2 series. It contains several new features, enhancements and bug fixes. A detailed list of changes can be found here: … Continue reading
A new preview release of MPICH, 3.2rc2, is now available for download. This preview release addresses a number of bugs that were present in the previous release candidate. Unless other critical bugs are found, this release would be identical to … Continue reading
A new preview release of MPICH, 3.2b3, is now available for download. This preview release adds several capabilities including support for the MPI-3.1 standard (contains nonblocking collective I/O), full Fortran 2008 support (enabled by default), support for the Mellanox MXM … Continue reading
The MPICH team is pleased to announce the availability of a new preview release (mpich-3.1rc4). This is a release candidate of the upcoming MPICH 3.1, and adds several capabilities including a fully integrated source for vanilla MPICH and the IBM … Continue reading
The MPICH team is pleased to announce the availability of a new preview release (mpich-3.1rc3). This is a release candidate of the upcoming MPICH 3.1, and adds several capabilities including a fully integrated source for vanilla MPICH and the IBM … Continue reading
The MPICH Birds-of-a-Feather session at SC13 saw the announcement of the MPICH ABI Compatibility Initiative. The goal of the initiative is for all participating implementations to be binary compatible, and to agree on a schedule for necessary ABI changes in … Continue reading