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Compiling mrcc-2-2019 with intel 2019

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5 months 2 weeks ago #749 by bkwx97
Dear dev's

I'm attempting to compile the source with Intel 2019. I invoke the build script with

build.mrcc Intel -pOMP

I am using Intel(R) 64, Version 19.0.4.243 Build 20190416

ifort -v gives ifort version 19.0.4.243

icc -v gives icc version 19.0.4.243 (gcc version 4.4.7 compatibility)


I get the following errors in the output

Compiling mrcc with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'
Compiling goldstone with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'
Compiling lambda with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'
Compiling sacc with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'
Compiling pert with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'
Compiling combin with options -fpp -O3 -i8 -assume byterecl -DIntel -DINT64 -DOMP -openmp
ifort: command line error: option '-openmp' is not supported. Please use the replacement option '-qopenmp'


And then

Linking dmrcc with libraries: -mkl=parallel -lpthread
ifort: error #10236: File not found: 'combin.o'
ifort: error #10236: File not found: 'z2c.o'
ifort: error #10236: File not found: 'freqdrv.o'
ifort: error #10236: File not found: 'flush.o'

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5 months 2 weeks ago #750 by kallay
Please edit build.mrcc.config and make the following modifications.

1) After line
"x18" ) linpacklib="-mkl=parallel";;
add the following line:
"x19" ) linpacklib="-mkl=parallel";;

2) Modify line
if ([ x$version == "x16" ] || [ x$version == "x17" ] || [ x$version == "x18" ]);
into:
if ([ x$version == "x16" ] || [ x$version == "x17" ] || [ x$version == "x18" ] || [ x$version == "x19" ]);

Best regards,
Mihaly Kallay

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2 months 2 weeks ago #778 by cdc
Hello,

I am alsot trying to compile with intel/2019.3. I used "build.mrcc Intel -i64 -pOMP -f/my/directory"
ifort -v gives ifort version 19.0.3.199
icc -v gives icc version 19.0.3.199 (gcc version 8.3.0 compatibility)
I made the above changes you suggested to the build.mrcc.config file, but I still get the same error as the person above does.

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2 months 2 weeks ago #779 by kallay
It is strange. Please try to remove all object files and binaries and recompile the code.

Best regards,
Mihaly Kallay

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2 months 2 weeks ago #780 by cdc
The same error came up when I did that. I also tried deleting everything and starting over (after making the changes you noted), but the same errors occured there too.

Thanks in advance,
Colton

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2 months 2 weeks ago #781 by nagypeter
Dear Colton,

1) Could you, please, retry with in a clean folder
build.mrcc Intel -pOMP > log 2> log
(-i64 should not be necessary), and post the COMPLETE log with both output and all error messages?
The edited build script should work with ifort 19.x, there could be some other issue.

2) Could you let us know, how you set up the environment variables, etc. for the intel compiler?
module load or Intel compilervars.sh script or else?
Are there multiple intel versions on your systems that can cause conflict?

3) Have you tried the released binary version?

Best regards,
Peter

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