Sorry,  here are the files again. Something went wrong when I compressed these files.

Jyh-Shyong Ho

Jeff Squyres wrote:
It looks like the files you sent were corrupted -- I didn't see the  
information that I needed to see.  Were you working on a case- 
insensitive filesystem, perchance?  I notice that our instructions on  
the web page would probably result in this kind of corruption for  
case-insensitive filesystems.  I've updated the web page to make the  
instructions work on case-insensitive filesystems -- can you go check  
the instructions, do it again and re-send?  Sorry about that.  :-\

Specifically, your config.log file had a big chunk of the beginning  
missing -- it was overlaid with the output of configure (which our  
instructions previously had you write to config.LOG, and could create  
this kind of problem on a case-insensitive filesystem).

FWIW, I just built Open MPI 1.0.1 on a RHEL4U2 machine with gfortran  
4.0.2; it correctly identified that there was no real(16) support and  
didn't run into the problems that you are seeing (i.e., it didn't try  
to make MPI F90 bindings with real(16) parameters).  So I'm curious  
to see your full logs to figure out why it's failing for you.

On Jan 5, 2006, at 7:49 PM, Jyh-Shyong Ho wrote:

Dear Jeff,

Thanks for yor reply. I checked and confirmed that my gfortran is  
version 4.0.2, so the
test program failed since it does not support real(16).
The log files for configure and make are attached.
It is strange since I am able to use the same configuration and  
build OpenMPI successfully
on another SuSE10/AMD 64 computer. Something must be missing.

Best regards

Jyh-Shyong Ho, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
National Center for  High Performance Computing
Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC

Jeff Squyres wrote:
What concerns me, though, is that Open MPI shouldn't have tried to  
compile support for real(16) in the first place -- our configure  
script should have detected that the compiler didn't support real 
(16) (which, it at least partially did, because the constants seem  
to have a value of -1) and then the generated F90 bindings should  
not have included support for it. This is why I'd like to see the  
configure output (etc.) and see what happened. On Jan 5, 2006, at  
12:59 PM, rod mach wrote:
Hi. To my knowledge you must be using gfortran 4.1 not 4.0 to get  
access to large kind support like real(16) You can verify by  
trying to compile the following code with gfortran. This compiles  
under gfortran 4.1, but I don't believe it will work under 4.0  
since this support was added in 4.1. program test real(16) :: x,  
y y = 4.0_16 x = sqrt(y) print *, x end --Rod ------ Rod Mach  
Absoft HPC Technical Director
Error: Kind -1 not supported for type REAL at (1) In file  
mpi_address_f90.f90:331 make[2]: Leaving directory `/work/source/ 
openmpi-1.0.1/ompi/mpi' make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make 
[1]: Leaving directory `/work/source/openmpi-1.0.1/ompi' make:  
*** [all-recursive] Error 1 I used the following variables:  
FC=gfortran CC=gcc CXX=g++ F77=gfortran Any hint on how to solve  
this problem? Thanks. Jyh-Shyong Ho, Ph.D. Research Scientist  
National Center for High Performance Computing Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC
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