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  • sample_decode erro~~help me~

    thanks,

          i use the sdk to decode h264. when i run the sample_decode whith the parameter "./sample_decode h264 -i test.264 -rgb4 -o out.rgb"

    will get an error when the program over, and i take an breakpoint to trace it. it occur in

    mfxstatus MFXVideoSession::Close(void) {

         mfxStatus mfxRes = MFXCLose(m_session):m_session = (mfxSession)0;

         return mfxRes;

      but ,if no paramets "-rgb4" this error will never occur, please help me ,thanks very much!
     

     system :Windows 10

    visual stdio 2012

    Debugger unable to display array contained in derived type

    Hello,

    I did post this some time ago on the Intel Visual Fortran forum, but I go no answer so far. I hope I will have more success on this forum.

    Since months debugging has been a hell because of a bug in the Intel Compiler and/or debugger integration: basically most (but not all) arrays are displayed with the length 0 in the debugger, and their content cannot be shown. The bug happens with allocatable arrays, pointers or static arrays. Of course it makes debugging pretty impossible, and I have to use WRITE statements... For instance the debugger shows me this:

    gdb woes

    Have Intel Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition Version 16.0 update 3 installed on Cent O/S 7.2 and am having debugger issues (gdb-ia).

    Using Eclipse neon on KNL with PHOTRAN extension.

    The application is

    C main compiled using the Intel mpiicc (the C main is an MPI process stub)
    C++ code with OpenMP (num threads set to 1)
    Intel Fortran .so library which is being debugged

    gdb-ia version 7.8-16.0.768
    Note, on startup it emits

    warning: Cannot parse .gnu_debugdata section; LZMA support was disabled at compile time

     

    How to set up Interactive MPI debugging

    I am trying to figure out how to configure interactive parallel debugging using Intel Parallel Studio XE 2016 Cluster Edition and Visual Studio 2015 on Windows 10. I am following the steps in the MPI Library Developer Guide https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/610381. I have a simple test program set up to run using MPI.

    idb causes a long wait before displaying the source

    I have noticed that is problem is not there in the command line version of idb.

    Once a source had been compiled with debug options, and idb is fired:

    idb ./executable

    followed by "open source file", it waits a long long time and the source is not displayed. My only option is to kill the session and fire-up idbc, the command line version of the debugger.

    I tried with versions 11.1 and 13.0.1 with the same result. Can anyone tell me a remedy?

     

     

     

    gdb-ia crashes when reading symbols from executable (linux)

    I am trying to debug a crash in our Fortran / C++ application.

    Fortran compiler is
    12:17 $ /opt/intel/bin/ifort --version
    ifort (IFORT) 15.0.6 20151119
    Copyright (C) 1985-2015 Intel Corporation.  All rights reserved.

    C++ compiler is:
    12:17 $ gcc --version
    gcc (Ubuntu 4.9.3-8ubuntu2~14.04) 4.9.3

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