mkl95_LAPACK produces segmentation fault (dgesv)

mkl95_LAPACK produces segmentation fault (dgesv)

When I call  "dgesv" routine from mkl library with fortran 95 interface I get segmentation fault.

call dgesv( adns, rhs , ipiv , info ) ! forrtl: severe (174): SIGSEGV, segmentation fault occurred

call dgesv( n, nrhs, adns, max(1,n), ipiv, rhs, max(1,n), info )  ! F77  works fine

ifort -V
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compiler flags: ifort main.f90 -mkl -lmkl_lapack95_lp64




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If you wish to call the F95 generic name, which is the one with optional arguments, use the generic name, gesv, and not the specific name, dgesv, and make sure that you have provided the necessary interface (by including USE MKL95_LAPACK in every routine that calls a Lapack95/Blas95 routine by its generic name). The fact that you ran into a seg-fault indicates that your code does not contain such an interface, causing the subroutine to be called with mismatched number/types of arguments.

If you wish to call the F77 specific name, dgesv, provide all the arguments specified in the argument list for the subroutine.

Thanks! I've missed that. now it works

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