Thanks for your input so far. I'll try changing the compiler to the 64bit
version. I might have been mistaken to assume that my openSuse is a 32bit
system when in fact it could well be 64bit (which might explain why Open MPI
installed the 64bit library after the system check).
The configure command looks a lot like my compile command because I pass all
the options to Open MPI during ./configure. I got a ton of errors about
unrecognized options before (like option '-pad' not recognized) so I decided
to specify them all during ./configure. So here's the command again:
--with-wrapper-fflags='-compiler -03 -ip -pad -xW -w -02'
OMPI_FFLAGS='-compiler -03 -ip -pad -xW -w -02'
I'll try the 64bit compiler now and keep you posted on the result.
Von: users-bounces_at_[hidden] [mailto:users-bounces_at_[hidden]] Im
Auftrag von Terry Dontje
Gesendet: Freitag, 30. Oktober 2009 14:28
Betreff: Re: [OMPI users] Fortran Library Problem using openMPI
Also, is the configure line you are giving below the application
configure line. I was actually asking for the Open MPI configure line.
Terry Dontje wrote:
> Let me try this one more time.
> Your application is being built with a 32 bit compiler ia32. However
> the Open MPI libraries look to be built with the 64 bit compiler
> intel64. One or the other needs to change.
> Terry Dontje wrote:
>> I think your problem is you are using a ia32 (32 bit compiler) with a
>> 64 bit built library. Either you need to use the intel64 compiler or
>> build Open MPI with the 32 bit library.
>>> *Subject:* Re: [OMPI users] Fortran Library Problem using openMPI
>>> *From:* Georg A. Reichstein (/reichstein_at_[hidden]/)
>>> *Date:* 2009-10-30 09:07:30
>>> This is he configure line I used:
>>> ./configure OMPI_F77=/opt/intel/Compiler/11.1/056/bin/ia32/ifort
>>> --with-wrapper-fflags='-compiler -03 -ip-pad -xW -w -02'
>>> OMPI_FFLAGS='-compiler -03
>>> -ip -pad -xW -w -02'
>>> The specifications were included on the basis that they are used in the
>>> compile command I received.
>>> I am using the Intel compiler 11.1 ia32 (as can be seen in the path
>>> to ifort
>>> When I do file on libmpi_f77 I get the following result:
>>> # file libmpi_f77.so
>>> libmpi_f77.so: symbolic link to `libmpi_f77.so.0.0.0'
>>> # file libmpi_f90.so.0.0.0
>>> libmpi_f77.so.0.0.0: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1
>>> dynamically linked, not stripped
>>> I installed my Open MPI build in the defaut directory, being
>>> - the libraries are in /usr/local/lib.
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