0_1871 error when tcheck option is used with template and openmp

Reference Number : DPD200160267

Version : all Linux* versions

Product : Intel® C++ 11.1, tcheck 3.1 latest

Operating System : Linux*

Problem Description : 
This problem occurs only in Linux* . In Windows* it works well.
For doing binary instrumentation for threading analysis with Intel tool like ThreadChecker, so as to find data-races, deadlocks, etc, we need to compile/build the application using   -tcheck option. We can also not use  -tcheck as option, just use -g , but in that case its the source instrumentation, and many false positives may be reported, and correct binary information may not be mapped to the source.

With below test-case, using  <icpc -c -g -tcheck -openmp test.cpp> , gives 0_1871 <internal error> . It comes in the line of openmp pragma. And it comes for mostly all STL containers like maps, vectors, valarrays, to name a few.

#include <iostream>   
#include <valarray>   
int build()   
std::valarraylt;intgt; items(100);   
        #pragma omp parallel for           /// error reported here : 0_1871   
        for(int m=0; mlt;items.size(); m++){   
return 0;   

Resolution Status : This issue will be resolved in the later Linux* compiler releases.

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