Hi I am experience some strange behavior when turning on optimization (/O1 and above). On linking phase, inlined virtual destructors of base abstract classes are unresolved. I am using Intel 2017.0.109 on Windows10 64bit with Visual Studio 2013. Intel compiler 2016.3.207 has the same behavior, however when compiling with Visual Studio, I do not get these errors.
I have a small matrix that consistently causes pardiso to crash only when I use OMP_NUM_THREADS=2 or 3. My machine has 12 cpus and any other setting for OMP_NUM_THREADS works.
In the headers and documentation for ippiRGBToHLS (both for ipp v9 and v2017) the following pseudo-code is given
if R = M2 then H = Cb - Cg
Type deduction failure with a class template explicitly specialised with a user defined type
Hi, the code below can be compiled fine with g++-5.4.0 under Ubuntu-16.04, but not with icpc-16.0 Update4 even if -std=c++14 specified.
% icpc -V
*** Throughput of binary codes generated by Intel C++ compiler is 42% slower ***
I would like to parallelize the computation of an histogram.
remark: Some OpenMP processing was skipped to constrain compile time. Consider overriding limits (-qoverride-limits)
I am using ICPC 2017
For some applications, I am receiving the remarks as displayed in the title.
This morning my students trying to create an account at software.intel.com and it is throwing errors as attached.