Extending Python with C: Cannot find MPI library

Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven asmodai at in-nomine.org
Thu Jun 19 14:10:06 CEST 2008


-On [20080619 13:53], Spectrum (spectrumdt at gmail.com) wrote:
>  ImportError: /big/School/Cluster/Opgave03/ctest.so: undefined
>symbol: ompi_mpi_comm_world
>  [ore at localhost Opgave03]$
>
>  Can anyone suggest anything? Can I get MPI to work in Python?

Sounds like a typical case of not specifying any -L and/or -l options. In
this case the ctest.so module has an undefined reference to the symbol
ompi_mpi_comm_world and cannot resolve it. So either it was not linked
properly or the loader cannot find the required library.

Apply nm -D and ldd to the .so and see what ails.

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