Intel® Math Kernel Library

MKL ERROR: Parameter 8 was incorrect on entry to DSYEV

Hi, I'm trying to use the lapack and blas libraries. I tried a simple example program that uses DSYEV. I get the following error on running the program: MKL ERROR: Parameter 8 was incorrect on entry to DSYEV. I issued the following commands to load the modules and compiled them.

>module load intel/2012.0.032

>ifort -O3  example.f -lmkl_intel_ilp64 -lmkl_core -lmkl_sequential  -lpthread -lm

I would appreciate any help in solving this problem.

thanks,

charu.

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MKL running in parallel on a server with two processors

Hello everyone.

I have one server with two processors. Every processor has 16 cores. I found that MKL routines such as DGEMM can only run on one processor. I want that the MKL can employ all computing resource, i.e. two processors and 32 cores. How can I deal with this problem? 

Thank you very much!

MKL running in parallel on a server with two processors

Hello everyone.

I have one server with two processors. Every processor has 16 cores. I found that MKL routines such as DGEMM can only run on one processor. I want that the MKL can employ all computing resource, i.e. two processors and 32 cores. How can I deal with this problem? 

Thank you very much!

MKL running in parallel on a server with two processors

Hello everyone.

I have one server with two processors. Every processor has 16 cores. I found that MKL routines such as DGEMM can only run on one processor. I want that the MKL can employ all computing resource, i.e. two processors and 32 cores. How can I deal with this problem? 

Thank you very much!

Usage of Outlier Detection

I am considering whether to use the outlier detection routine in the Vector Statistical Library (VSL).

Suppose I have an unknown monotonic nonlinear function f(x). I somehow evaluated it at 1000 different x points. By ploting these data, I found an almost monotonic and nonlinear curve with one or two dozens of outliers. So can I make use of the mkl routine? https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/497940

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