[Developers] Printing shutdown message
schnetter at uni-tuebingen.de
Sun Jan 11 09:14:22 CST 2004
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On Sunday 11 January 2004 15:40, Jonathan Thornburg wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Jan 2004, Erik Schnetter wrote:
> > According to the MPI standard, nothing should happen after the call
> > to MPI_Finalize. The shutdown message should be printed before
> > that call. Okay to apply?
> The old code only printed the "-------------" and "Done" lines on
> processor 0. The new code seems does it on every processor. Why?
Because Cactus always prints all messages from all processors. Output
from the non root processors is either discarded or redirected into a
file. In the latter case, these files should also contain the message.
I suspect that the if statement was only necessary to prevent crashes
on certain MPI implementations.
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