[ofiwg] libfabric dpa provider
hppritcha at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 10:28:46 PDT 2015
I'm checking this out. Thanks for the work at implementing another
libfabric provider -
esp. for a very different network.
I'm having problems with building your fork of libfabric. Did you do
make it only build for a restricted build environment? autogen.sh isn't
present, and if
I do manual autoreconf, configure (no options) then when I try to make I
get a compile error
owing to incorrect include path options.
Is the intent to eventually have this provider included in the upstream
As others have pointed out, a dual gpl/bsd license is being used currently
by the project.
2015-10-02 10:48 GMT-06:00 Paolo Inaudi <p91paul at gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Since you are working on libfabric, I figured you might be interested to
> know I wrote a libfabric provider for the A3Cube Ronniee (
> http://a3cube-inc.com/ronniee-express.html) in-memory network.
> The provider has been developed for my Master's thesis at University of
> Torino, in Italy, as part of a research collaboration of the university
> with A3Cube. The fabric implements an hardware-based distributed shared
> memory. Because of that, I easily implemented the RMA data transfer
> interface, since it is basically the native operational mode; the fi_msg
> interface is also available, using a remote memory region as a buffer.
> Atomics and tagged messages are not supported (yet). Code is available
> under LGPLv3 here:
> The provider is named "dpa" after the DPALIB API offered by A3Cube for
> their products. I plan to add some documentation over the next week.
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