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Existing projects are not converting properly to VS2017

I recently installed VS2017 and Intel XE 2017 and hoped that my existing projects (all Intel C++ 17) would work, but no such luck.

When I open a solution and select Properties for a project, it shows "There are no property pages for the selection".

When I try to change the project to use Visual C++, it says "Object reference not set to an instance of an object"

How can I repair the properties to work with the new version?

Many thanks

icc -xMIC-AVX512 internal error: IERROR_MODULE_ID_1204

 

I was trying to compile Geant4 package with parallel_studio_xe_2017.4.056 software (on CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611, machine KNL Xeon Phi CPU 7210), it was working fine however when I tried to compile static libraries it gave me:

geant4.10.02/source/processes/electromagnetic/standard/src/G4PAIxSection.cc(874) (col. 1): internal error: IERROR_MODULE_ID_1204

Strange linker errors

I just reinstalled the XE 2017 compiler with a new installation of VS 2017 Community edition on Window 10 Pro.

It is giving error messages with which I am unfamiliar and cannot find in the help system.

ipo: : error #11023: Not all components required for linking are present on command line
The libraries that I am deliberately using are all accounted for and I am not using the Intel Performance Libraries.
Any idea what this could be or how I can narrow down the possible missing components?

Hybrid MPI+ OpenMP tasks

Running an application that uses MPI, OpenMP tasks in MPI_THREAD_MULTIPLE mode I get this error;

[26] trying to free memory block that is currently involved to uncompleted data transfer  operation

free mem  - addr=0x7fffc40812d0 len=175104
 RTC entry - addr=0x7fffc4081300 len=175056 cnt=1
Assertion failed in file ../../i_rtc_cache.c at line 1408: 0

This has been compiled with Intel 17 and uses Intel MPI 17. 

Any idea of how I could debug this issue?

Regards,

Luis

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