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  • 07/15/2020
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pardiso_handle_store_64

Store internal structures from
pardiso_64
to a file.

Syntax

call pardiso_handle_store_64
(
pt
,
dirname
,
error
)
Include Files
  • mkl.fi
    ,
    mkl_pardiso.f90
Description
This function stores
Intel® MKL
PARDISO structures to a file, allowing you to store
Intel® MKL
PARDISO internal structures between the stages of thepardiso_64 routine. The pardiso_handle_restore_64routine can restore the
Intel® MKL
PARDISO internal structures from the file.
Input Parameters
pt
INTEGER*8
for 64-bit architectures
Array with a dimension of 64. Handle to internal data structure.
dirname
CHARACTER
String containing the name of the directory to which to write the files with the content of the internal structures. Use an empty string ("") to specify the current directory. The routine creates a file named
handle.pds
in the directory.
Output Parameters
pt
Handle to internal data structure.
error
INTEGER
The error indicator.
error
Information
0
No error.
-2
Not enough memory.
-10
Cannot open file for writing.
-11
Error while writing to file.
-12
Not supported in 32-bit library - routine is only supported in 64-bit libraries.
-13
Wrong file format.

Product and Performance Information

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