How to locate the specified line?

How to locate the specified line?

 

Hi, Dear Sir or Madam,

Could you tell me how to locate the specified the lines given in the vector report from compiler?  For example,

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\callsc.f(258): (col. 10) remark: loop was not vectorized: vectorization possible but seems inefficient

callsc.f(258):(col.10) indicates me to go to line 258, but I did it in my source codes and I could not find such a loop because the statement on line 258 is not a loop statement. Could you tell me the reasons and how to find the line 258 corresponding to the Loop statement. Thanks

 

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Rebuilding "endmci.obj" on host "DINGJUN.cgy.cmgl.ca"

======== Finished "callsc.obj" on host "DINGJUN.cgy.cmgl.ca" ========  ifort.exe /Qauto /cm /nologo /w /MT /QxHost /arch:AVX  /QaxAVX /align:array64byte /Qprec-div-  /Qopt-matmul /O3 /Qopenmp-simd  /Qvec-report:6  /Qfpp  /Qopenmp  -c callsc.f ifort: command line remark #10382: option '/QxHOST' setting '/QxAVX'

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\callsc.f(179): (col. 13) remark: loop was not vectorized: vectorization possible but seems inefficient

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\callsc.f(258): (col. 10) remark: loop was not vectorized: vectorization possible but seems inefficient

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\callsc.f(297): (col. 13) remark: loop was not vectorized: vectorization possible but seems inefficient

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Rebuilding "endpts.obj" on host "DINGJUN.cgy.cmgl.ca"

======== Finished "calljb.obj" on host "DINGJUN.cgy.cmgl.ca" ========  ifort.exe /Qauto /cm /nologo /w /MT /QxHost /arch:AVX  /QaxAVX /align:array64byte /Qprec-div-  /Qopt-matmul /O3 /Qopenmp-simd  /Qvec-report:6  /Qfpp  /Qopenmp  -c calljb.f ifort: command line remark #10382: option '/QxHOST' setting '/QxAVX'

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(50): (col. 10) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has aligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(51): (col. 31) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has aligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(51): (col. 31) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has aligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(49): (col. 10) remark: vectorization support: unroll factor set to 2

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(49): (col. 10) remark: LOOP WAS VECTORIZED

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(50): (col. 10) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has unaligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(51): (col. 31) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has unaligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(51): (col. 31) remark: vectorization support: reference XAQ has unaligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(51): (col. 31) remark: vectorization support: unaligned access used inside loop body

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(49): (col. 10) remark: REMAINDER LOOP WAS VECTORIZED

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(103): (col. 13) remark: vectorization support: reference POINT_MOD_mp_IDSTDN has unaligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(103): (col. 13) remark: vectorization support: unaligned access used inside loop body

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(101): (col. 10) remark: LOOP WAS VECTORIZED

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(83): (col. 16) remark: vectorization support: reference POINT_MOD_mp_IDSTPS has unaligned access

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(83): (col. 16) remark: vectorization support: unaligned access used inside loop body

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(82): (col. 13) remark: LOOP WAS VECTORIZED

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(67): (col. 10) remark: loop was not vectorized: not inner loop

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(65): (col. 7) remark: loop was not vectorized: not inner loop

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vectorization support: call to function JBUILD cannot be vectorized

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(133): (col. 10) remark: loop was not vectorized: existence of vector dependence

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(141): (col. 10) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IWDFN line 141 and IWDFN line 143

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IWDFN line 143 and IWDFN line 141

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(140): (col. 10) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IWDST line 140 and IWDST line 143

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IWDST line 143 and IWDST line 140

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(139): (col. 10) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IDSFN line 139 and IDSFN line 143

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IDSFN line 143 and IDSFN line 139

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(138): (col. 10) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IDSST line 138 and IDSST line 143

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between IDSST line 143 and IDSST line 138

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(137): (col. 10) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between ISDOM line 137 and ISDOM line 143

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(143): (col. 15) remark: vector dependence: assumed OUTPUT dependence between ISDOM line 143 and ISDOM line 137

Z:\imex\bin\opt64vector\calljb.f(131): (col. 7) remark: loop was not vectorized: unsupported loop structure

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It may be an array assignment that implies a loop. The line number given should be correct.

Steve - Intel Developer Support

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