I made a silly mistake, so I'm sorry for wasting your time. I installed ifort and set the paths, but when I logged in as root, it was using the old ifort compiler. Therefore, once I tried to run mpif90 from my account, it of course did not match what was compiled after configure...
Andreas,Have you checked that ifort is creating 64 bit objects. If I remember correctly with 10.1 the default was to create 32 bit objects.Doug Reeder
On Sep 11, 2009, at 3:25 PM, Andreas Haselbacher wrote:_______________________________________________On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Jeff Squyres <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sep 11, 2009, at 10:05 AM, Andreas Haselbacher wrote:This means that it skipped that library because it didn't match what you were trying to compile against.
I've built openmpi version 1.3.3 on a MacPro with OS X 10.5.8 and the Intel 10.1.006 Fortran compiler and gcc 4.0. As far as I can tell, the configure and make commands completed fine. There are some warnings, but it's not clear to me that they are critical - or the explanation for what's not working. After installing, I try to compile a simple F77 hello world code. The output is:
% mpif77 helloworld_mpi.f -o helloworld_mpi
ld: warning in /opt/openmpi/lib/libmpi_f77.a, file is not of required architecture
Can you send the output of mpif77 --showme?ifort -I/opt/openmpi/include -L/opt/openmpi/lib -lmpi_f77 -lmpi -lopen-rte -lopen-pal -lutilNone of these symbols were found because libmpi_f77.a was skipped.
"_mpi_init_", referenced from:
_MAIN__ in ifortIsUNoZ.o
Right.I do not have the intel compilers for Mac; do they default to producing 64 bit objects? I ask because it looks like you forced the C and C++ compilers to produce 64 bit objects -- do you need to do the same with ifort? (via the FCFLAGS and FFLAGS env variables)
Here's my configure command:
./configure --prefix=/opt/openmpi --enable-static --disable-shared CC=gcc CFLAGS=-m64 CXX=g++ CXXFLAGS=-m64 F77=ifort FC=ifort FFLAGS=-assume nounderscore FCFLAGS=-assume nounderscore
If I remember correctly, I had to add those flags, otherwise configure claimed that the compilers were not compatible. I can rerun configure if you suspect that this is an issue. I did not add these flags to the Fortran variables because configure did not complain further, but I can see that this might be an issue.
Also, did you quote the "-assume nounderscore" arguments to FFLAGS/FCFLAGS? I.e., something like this:
Yes, I did.Andreas--
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