When attempting to use Intel® VTune™ Amplifier XE 2016 (any update) with a floating license, you may encounter errors such as:
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I made a minor refactoring change to a large code project and suddenly, BOOM, tons of link errors. After spending a lot of time trying to debug, I've concluded this is a linker/module problem. I think I've seen the problem discussed online years ago, but I couldn't find any good references.
With a simple, data-only module with no default initializers, linking on Mac OS X fails if the object file for the module is in a static library. Consider two separate source files:
I am trying to compile a fortran code (WRF 3.6.1) with intel 15.0.3
I am calling the compiler, in bashrc, with the following lines:
source /share/apps/intel2015/bin/ifortvars.sh intel64
source /share/apps/intel2015/bin/iccvars.sh intel64
I am getting some errors during compilation with openmpi_v185, the first ones are the following ones:
Since Version 2013 Update 4, the VTune(TM) Amplifier XE performance profiler has supported profiling Java* applications using Launch Application and Attach to Process target configurations with both software- and hardware-based analysis types.