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Unable to deallocate allocatable array in openmp

Hi, guys. I'm a new hand of openmp. I encounter some problems related to deallocating allocatable array in openmp loop.

The main reason is the array is too large. An example code is following:

program omptest
use omp_lib
implicit none
INTEGER :: I,k,J
integer,pointer :: b(:)


!$OMP PARALLEL DO PRIVATE(i,b,k) 
DO I=1,2490000
   allocate(b(67214259))
   k=OMP_get_thread_num()
   deallocate(b)
END DO
!$OMP END PARALLEL DO 
END PROGRAM

When the maximum bound of i is large, like 2490000, the program will break at deallocate(b)

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