Developer Guide and Reference


GAP Message (Diagnostic ID 30521)


Assign a value to the variable(s) "%s" at the beginning of the body of the loop in line %d. This will allow the loop to be parallelized.


Check to see if you can unconditionally initialize the scalar variables at the beginning of the specified loop. If so, do the code change for such initialization (standard), or list the variables in the private clause of a parallel
(advanced). This allows the parallelizer to privatize those variables for each iteration and to parallelize the loop.
Consider the following:
#define N 100000 double A[N], B[N];   void foo(int cond1, int cond2){ int i, t=7; for (i=0; i<N; i++){ if (cond1) { t = i+1; } if (cond2) { t = i-1; } A[i] = t; } }
In this case, the compiler does not parallelize the loop because it cannot privatize the variable
without further information. If you know that cond1 or cond2 is true, or both cond1 and cond2 are true, then you can assist the parallelizer by ensuring that any iteration that uses
also writes to
before its use in the same iteration. One of the ways to do this is to assign a value to
at the top of each iteration.
If you determine it is safe to do so, you can modify the program code as follows:
#define N 100000 double A[N], B[N];   void foo(int cond1, int cond2){ int i, t=7; for (i=0; i<N; i++){ t=0; if (cond1) { t = i+1; } if (cond2) { t = i-1; } A[i] = t; } }


Confirm that in the original program, any variables
in any iteration of the loop have been defined earlier in the same iteration.

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