neither PGI nor Intel compiler working?
ikupc... at gmail.com
Tue Nov 3 11:47:41 CET 2009
I have ifort 11.0, but I'm still getting Nan's in the output.
Could you post your arch file used for 11.0.084, please.
On Oct 30, 12:33 am, Ondrej Marsalek <ondrej.... at gmail.com>
> A quick update. Using the libint wrapper, I have compiled with
> 11.0.084 and a quick test says that at least one of the previously
> failing tests now does work.
> The question that now remains - is there any point in trying to get
> 11.1.x working? Any experience?
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 19:38, Ondrej Marsalek
> <ondrej.... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > this sounds promising. I would like to ask which version of the Intel
> > compiler to use. The readme file for libint use lists 11.1.056 as
> > having full ISO_C_BINDING support, so presumably it works. On the
> > other hand, this page:
> > says that 11.1 should not be used. I do realize that that information
> > is from July, but it is still there.
> > Any suggestions appreciated,
> > Ondrej
> > On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 16:21, Urban <bors... at pci.uzh.ch> wrote:
> >> There was a known issue that resulted in an error in
> >> cp_fm_cholesky_decompose when run with certain processor numbers. That
> >> issue, along with the Intel compiler issues, should have been fixed
> >> with the commits of Oct. 27.
> >> On Oct 26, 4:46 pm, NUCP2K <chenh... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Dear cp2k community,
> >>> I just downloaded the latest CVS snapshot and tried to compile the
> >>> codes using my once working ARCH files for PGI and Intel compilers on
> >>> Linux-x86-64 MPI machines. Unfortunately, none of the two compilers is
> >>> working though both can get the codes compiled successfully. It seems
> >>> to me that the "cp_fm_cholesky_decompose" is the cause of the runtime
> >>> trouble since my testing job always exit abnormally when the
> >>> subroutine is called.
> >>> Anyone has the experience on successfully compiling and running the
> >>> latest cp2k code on Linux PC MPI clusters? The sharing of your ARCH
> >>> files is highly appreciated.
> >>> Thanks.
> >>> Hanning
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