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On Jul 14, 2006, at 10:35 AM, Warner Yuen wrote:
> I'm having trouble compiling Open MPI with Mac OS X v10.4.6 with
> the Intel C compiler. Here are some details:
> 1) I upgraded to the latest versions of Xcode including GCC 4.0.1
> build 5341.
> 2) I installed the latest Intel update (9.1.027) as well.
> 3) Open MPI compiles fine with using GCC and IFORT.
> 4) Open MPI fails with ICC and IFORT
> 5) MPICH-126.96.36.199 compiles fine with ICC and IFORT (I just had to
> find out if my compiler worked...sorry!)
> 6) My Open MPI confguration was using: ./configure --with-rsh=/usr/
> bin/ssh --prefix=/usr/local/ompi11icc
> 7) Should I have included my config.log?
It looks like there are some problems with GNU libtool's support for
the Intel compiler on OS X. I can't tell if it's a problem with the
Intel compiler or libtool. A quick fix is to build Open MPI with
static libraries rather than shared libraries. You can do this by
to the configure line for Open MPI (if you're building in the same
directory where you've already run configure, you want to run make
clean before building again).
I unfortunately don't have access to a Intel Mac machines with the
Intel compilers installed, so I can't verify this issue. I believe
one of the other developers does have such a configuration, so I'll
ask him when he's available (might be a week or two -- I believe he's
on vacation). This issue seems to be unique to your exact
configuration -- it doesn't happen with GCC on the Intel Mac nor on
Linux with the Intel compilers.
Open MPI developer