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allocation of large arrays

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Hello,

 

I use the latest Intel-Fortran-Compiler and I have a problem with the allocation of large arrays.

 

I’m developing code for computational fluid dynamics. There is a “main-program”, which calls several subroutines. The “main-program” is called as a subroutine too, which is called from a gui written with Winteracter.

 

I store all data in two large arrays, one real*8, one integer *4, size of several GB. The arrays are defined in a module. The problem is, where to allocate the two arrays.

 

Linking abaqus 2017 with visual studio 15.2 and PSXE 17 .2

Hi

I have a computer with Windows 10 and i want to use Abaqus 3DS Similia software.

So i got this configuration for installation: Abaqus 2017 + Microsoft visual studio 2015 entreprise 2+ Parallel studio XE 2017 Update 2 cluster Edition.

The installation gone well, i have already checked the integration of PXSE With VS.

The problem went from linking Abaqus for user subroutines wrote in fortran. I got this message when i perform abaqus verification:

"

error #6200/6303/6341/6358/6385/6410/Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 SP1 in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010

I had a working code (sources files + header file+ included files in .f) which was working fine. I had installed following system in my window10 Enterprise, then initially I got the error on license not found ( however license was found at the location mentioned in environment variable). I thought reinstalling should solve the issue. although it solve the license issues, but got a new bunch of errors in the working code which  I could not figure out the reason. A help would be appreciated on the same.

 

System info:

Intel Parallel Studio 2017 Update 4 won't detect Visual Studio 2017

Hi

I am starting with a fresh install of Windows 10.  I have read all I could find about the problems of using Visual Studio 2017 Professional with Intel Parallel Studio 2017.  I have done the following.

Start with both not installed. Not much of anything installed on the machine.

Installed Visual Studio 2017 professional 15.3 with only the C++ for windows development option, nothing else.  Rebooted.

V2017 version 15.3.1

Does Fortran 2017 Update 4 work with VS2017 version 15.3.1?

I have VS2017 version 15.3.1 installed, but can not select integration during the install of Fortran. I can select VS2012, VS2013, and VS2015. Visual C++ 2017 is installed product in the Help About screen.

Thanks, Ed

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