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I am running VTune Amplifier XE 2015 Update 4 (build 410668) for basic hotspot analysis of my C++ application which uses several external libraries. I have compiled the program with -g option.
Unfortunately VTune throws an error like so:
?invalid? has faced a serious problem
Mo 24 Aug 2015 19:00:05 CEST Cannot open data: ?invalid? has faced a serious problem.
I've been struggling with this for a while, hope you can help.
I'm creating a shared library on Linux (Centos 6.7) using FFT's implemented with the MKL. My library works fine when used together with my own test program, but fails when used from a 3rd party application.
The problem has been pinned down to the FFT's. Print-output arrives on screen after calling DftiCreateDescriptor and DftiSetValue, and the status is 0. But when I subsequently call DftiCommitDescriptor the 3rd party application keeps running at 100% cpu and doesn't show any print-output anymore.
I have a 2D array where the axes are positions (x, y). I wish to perform a Fourier transform along the x axis alone resulting in an array (Kx, y), where Kx is momentum, the Fourier transform of x.
In python this is a simple command as you can pass which axis to perform the transform along as an argument to the FFT function.
Is there a way to do this with the MKL library?
Thanks very much,
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The floating point exception occurs when solving the attached non-symmetric matrix.
1 line: n
2nd line: index base (i.e. 0 based)
3rd line: nz
followed by all nonzeros in coordinate (i.e. triplet) format
Major version: 11
Minor version: 1
Update version: 1
Product status: Product
Processor optimization: Intel(R) Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel(R) AVX) Enabled Processor