Diagnostic 11003: no IR in object file xxxx; was the source file compiled with xxxx

Cause:

The diagnostic is generated when you attempt to link an object file that was not compiled with -Qipo(On Windows) or -ipo(On the Mac OS or Linux)  in an Inter Procedural Object (IPO) link/compile.  This is legal, but you may not get the same level of performance optimization.

Resolution:

Please Examine your build configuration to ensure that you have IPO specified for the compilation step.

Note: IR is Intermediate Representation that is generated when you invoke IPO during compilation.

 

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Comments

I got this error message while trying to build a 64 bit version 11(074) mpi program - don't know what it means. Can someone help?