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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] What architecture? X86_64, that's what architecture!
From: Jim Hill (jimhill_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-17 12:47:35


Thanks for taking the time to follow up on this.  Apparently there's some kind of issue with PGI and OS X 10.4.11/Intel, at least according to the guy at Portland Group I've been working with.  Presumably they'll get back to me at some point...


Jim


Brian Barrett wrote:
On Mar 10, 2008, at 9:15 PM, Jim Hill wrote:

  
I'm trying to build a 64-bit 1.2.5 on an 8-core Xeon Mac Pro running  
OS X 10.4.11, with the Portland Group's PGI Workstation 7.1-5  
tools.  The configure script works its magic with a couple of  
modifications to account for PGI's tendency to freak out about F90  
modules.  Upon make, though, I end up dying with a "Wat  
architecture?" error in opal/mca/backtrace/darwin/MoreBacktrace/ 
MoreDebugging/MoreBacktrace.c:128 because (I presume) a 64-bit Xeon  
build isn't a PPC, a PPC64, or an X86.

Is this something that's been seen by others?  I'm not the world's  
greatest software stud and this is just a step along the path to my  
real objective, which is making my own software run on this beast  
machine of mine.

Suggestions, tips, and clever insults are welcome.  Thanks,
    

The configure script should have prevented that from happening (and  
indeed does with the GNU compilers).  I don't have a copy of the PGI  
compilers for OS X to test with, so I can't debug this without some  
more information.  What changes did you make to configure, what  
options did you specify to configure, and what was the full output of  
configure?

Thanks,

Brian