Catastrophic error with v16.0/1 but not with v15.x


The update 1 and initial release of ifort v16 are leading to a catastrophic error during the compilation of a large fortran code (>100kLOC) while everthing is ok with v15.x.

For the same code, v15 takes about 5min to compiler the entire code and v16 try to compile during several hours, and then crashes (the same compilation option being used).

So there is definitely something going wrong with v16.

The problem is, I have no way to make a short reproducible example.

Moreover, I do not have an intel premium account. (with ompt support) cannot trigger ompt_intialize() in an offload openmp environment

I'm running an Intel MIC offload openmp application using openmp runtime (with ompt support, both the CPU side and the MIC side), while on the CPU side can trigger its ompt_intialize() and get profile data, on the MIC side cannot trigger its ompt_intialize(), so that I cannot get the profile data I want. I'm wondering where the problem is.

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