PARDISO returns the erroneous results or throws an exception.


Reference Number : DPD200087222

Version :  Intel® MKL 10.2


Product :  Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL)

Operating System :
Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 5
Microsoft Windows

Problem Description :
PARDISO returns the erroneous result or throws an exceptions
in the following cases:

1) input matrix type == 11: real and unsymmetric,
with multiple right-hand sides ( nhrs > 1 ) and when CGS iteration replaces the computation of LU ( iparm(4) == 31,61)

or

2) input matrix's type == 13: complex and unsymmetric matrix,
with one right-hand side (nhrs ==1) and iparm(4) == 31,61



Resolution Status :
The problem has been already fixed in the version Intel® MKL 10.2 Update 4.

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