I want to install ifortan compiler in my Laptop, on the LINUX OS. which version of "Parallel Studio XE "I should download ?? Can I install the cluster edition on my Laptop ?
I work on code that frequently relies on sequence association when passing arrays as arguments. Zero sized arrays are not a problem during program execution but when I turn on bounds checking there doesn't seem to be any way to have a valid index for the actual array argument.
I have been using a model compiled with pgi compiler package in intel ifort compiler environment. The original pgi compiler "configure.user" file has the following lines.
SFC = pgf90
FC = mpif90
FOPTS = -byteswapio -fastsse
FOPTS2 = -fastsse
FMCMODEL = -mcmodel=medium
FFREE = -Mfree
FFIXED = -Mfixed
I changed the above lines for intel ifort as below.
After installation of Parallel Studio XE 2016 Update 1, I am getting some issues while running ifort. Please provide some pointers
This is the error message:
Error: A license for Comp-FL is not available (-76,61026,2).
Here is a program demonstrating the run-time error mentioned in the title. I believe this is a bug in IFORT 16.0.0
I'm getting the famous warning of a temporary array created, forrtl: warning (406): fort: (1): In call to XXXX, an array temporary was created for argument #N. However, I create simple code to mimic the larger code, and I don't get the same warning. See code below. Essentially I'm passing in a subset array into subroutine XXXX, and indexing on the last index, which should give me a contiguous memory chunk. What else could cause this temporary array creation? ifort version 16.0.0
I get this error:
ifort: error #10295: error generating temporary file name, check disk space and permissions
from a shell script which concurrently launches multiple
instances of ifort 16.0.0 20150815.
It will take some time to debug, but could this be caused
by different instances of ifort trying to write to the same file,
i.e. use the same temp file?
If so, is there a switch to instruct ifort to use different temp
files for each invocation?
I never see this error in serial execution.
I use Intel Parallel Studio XE version 16.0.1 to build and run SPEC CPU2006 on Linux, but get segmentation fault when running 410.bwaves.
410.bwaves: copy 0 non-zero return code (exit code=46, signal=0)