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Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Problem specifying compiler (pgi)
From: Ben Mayer (bmayer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-04 11:40:33

Good idea. I have tried it twice.

On Sep 4, 2009, at 9:33 AM, Gus Correa wrote:

> Hi Ben
> My recollection is that similar problems were reported here
> when there was some residual of a previous build
> (perhaps with gfortran), which was not completely
> cleaned up, when the current build was compiled.
> Have you tried to start fresh from the tarball using PGI only?
> Gus Correa
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> Gustavo Correa
> Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory - Columbia University
> Palisades, NY, 10964-8000 - USA
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Ben Mayer wrote:
>> I have received two private emails saying to check my PATH and
>> LD_LIBRARY_PATH. The path is OK and I am using the full pathname to
>> make sure I get the right exe. I also checked the LD_LIBRARY_PATH
>> and that appears to be OK.
>> On Sep 4, 2009, at 7:28 AM, Ben Mayer wrote:
>>> I am using PGI 9.0-1 to compile OpenMPI 1.3.3. I use the following
>>> command to configure OpenMPI:
>>> ./configure CC=pgcc CXX=pgCC FC=pgf90 F90=pgf90 --prefix=/shared/
>>> ben/openmpi-1.3.3
>>> The PGI compilers are in the path. The make and make install
>>> complete successfully. The problem that I am having is that why I
>>> actually run mpif90 (or any of other mpi* executables) it returns
>>> a message like "gfortran: no input files". When I compiler when
>>> those files it is calling gcc compilers. There is also some vt*
>>> files (vtf90, etc) which appear to be for VampirTrace integration.
>>> They point to the proper pgi compilers.
>>> Any idea what is going on here and how to fix it?
>>> Thank you,
>>> Ben Mayer
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