[Mpi3-tools] Updated document

Jeff Squyres jsquyres at cisco.com
Thu Sep 16 12:21:17 CDT 2010

Great -- thanks Martin and John!

On Sep 16, 2010, at 7:09 PM, Martin Schulz wrote:

> Hi Jeff,
> Thanks for running the session and for making the changes.
> I am (pleasantly) surprised that they are only that minor :).
> I looked over the text in red and this all looks good to me.
> Martin
> On Sep 16, 2010, at 10:52 AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>> ALERT: There is currently a vulnerability with PDF files.  Do not open any PDF attachments from sources you do not trust or unexpected PDF files from sources you do trust.
>> Here's a copy of the updated document.  I made all my changes in red text; you should be able to flip through it quickly to see my changes.
>> At a minimum, could Martin and John D. reply that it's ok?
>> I did *not* change any text about the IP address.  Reading the 3 places where IP addresses are discussed, I'm comfortable leaving it unspecified as to whether the IP address is IPv4 or IPv6.  Do any existing tools allow MPIR_PROCDESC.host_name to be an IPv6 address?
>> -- 
>> Jeff Squyres
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