Did you ever get this sorted out, if you need any help let me know I have ib working in windows server 2012r2 and 2016 tp5
What about on CentOS7.3 .. a main issue is sorting why 7.2 has IB performance issues in datagram mode (apparently not on Connect mode) and to what extent 7.3 has solved this .. have 2 identical Servers , not sure what the best module ordering may be, so as not to affect / break dependency on a co-located Cilk install (for optimised PHI libs). I suppose a best approach is to install 7.2 / 7.3 on a side by side basis and talk to a third Iperf Server .. OK these are available with ConnectX2 or 3 (i hear X3 degrade IB perf , ( in X2 > X2 // X2 > X3 ) what agnostic OS to mount on the 3rd Server ? and what loading to apply? Certainly like some assist with this.. if u have the time.. even space, should u prefer to have hardware on the bench .. (tho remote install works, why pay 24/7 power bills )
A centos7.3 with the latest Lustre 2.10 is tempting if only to play with the header addressable stack that promises a per-layer vector of function pointers .. finally surfacing after 23 years..
Index of /public/lustre/lustre-2.10.0/el7.3.1611/server/RPMS/x86_64
In this approach, instances of key entity types (files, pages, locks, etc.) are represented as a header, containing attributes shared by all layers. Each header contains a linked list of per-layer `slices',
each of which contains a pointer to a vector of function pointers. Generic operations on layered objects are implemented by going through the list of slices and invoking the corresponding function from the operation vector at every layer.
SwitchX-interfaces/SwitchX-2 at master · Mellanox/SwitchX-interfaces · GitHub (not IS5030 Switch)I know this is an old thread. Anyone got anyway to get the latest licenses etc for the Mellanox IS 5030? We just want support for VLAN and multicast IGMP. Please share your experience get this switch to work. Thanks.
The fella that created this review/post mentioned it's burnt in to the firmware, I'm sure he mentioned flicking the reset button for a period, resetting to factory defaults he then managed to extract the license number?I know this thread is really old now but I thought others should know. I purchased this same switch, mine did not include the entitlement license on the underside of the pullout tab and Mellanox support will no longer lookup the basic license for you, they now require you to purchase a new one at just over $2000.00.
The fella that created this review/post mentioned it's burnt in to the firmware, I'm sure he mentioned flicking the reset button for a period, resetting to factory defaults he then managed to extract the license number?
Was this not the same for yourself I assume?