I wrote a driver program to solve the SNLS (Separable Nonlinear Least Squares) problems at http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/strd/nls/nls_main.shtml using the JPL math77 library (high quality, recently made available free of cost at NetLib, see http://www.netlib.org/math/index.html ). When testing this driver with Intel Fortran, I discovered an optimizer bug.
From what I gather, it's best to avoid any kind of aliasing in Fortran. What would be a proper way of implementing the following?
I'm trying to come up with the object to store scalars and arrays in one type. It will ultimately allow me to pass arbitrary number of some predefined objects into any function. The code is compiled fine but does seg fault during running.
Recently I compiled VASP using Intel Fortran Compilers, but the program does not seem to work properly on my cluster. I got errors like:
Hello. I am in urgent need of some guidance. I recently purchased a single named-user license for Intel's Fortran Compiler for Linux. While the baseline purchase was for the newest 2016 version of the compiler, a current project requires that I download the 2013 Update 2 version of the compiler. I followed the online instructions for downloading and installing an older version of the compiler. In addition, before trying the installation, I followed the instructions for registering my product and manually creating and downloading a license file based on the host ID of my target system.
I am using a parameterized type (called dispersion_type in the code) to select a function based on the value of a kind parameter of the type (namely, fkind). The different functions would have identical signatures if not for the additional argument of type dispersion_type(fkind). With the additional argument, the functions can be collected under a generic interface. If the name of the generic interface is different from dispersion_type, the program works as desired.
Upon trying to compile a box model (effectively: https://github.com/barronh/DSMACC ) with a very large dataset, I get the following bug:
ifort -cpp -fp-model strict -c model_Rates.f90
/tmp/ifortn2jCHh.i90: catastrophic error: **Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised** Please report this error along with the circumstances in which it occurred in a Software Problem Report. Note: File and line given may not be explicit cause of this error.
Hi. I would appreciate some links that explain the options required for building a gcc C application that invokes pre-existing Intel Fortran subroutines and functions. This would include compilation and link options. A quick rundown would be great if that's easier. Also, indications for replacing gcc with Intel C/C++ would be of interest; the application does not use parallel processing.
Hello, Thank you for reading my post,
I installed Intel stm compiler today and I got a serial number only students for 30 days(?).
After install, I got an error to compiling with this stm compiler.
This error shows below,
scons: Reading SConscript files ...
scons: done reading SConscript files.
scons: Building targets ...
Error: A license for BetaSTMCCompL could not be obtained.
Your license has expired.
I completed installing the parallel studio xe 2016.1.056 for linux on my centos 7.
For using ifort command, I implemented the following commands,
But still I get "ifort: command not found" when I use ifort command.
What is the problem? Please help me...