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compilation aborted for exx.f90 (code 1 can be solved removing "-g -traceback" By personal experience compiler problems may appear or disappear in minor revisions and builds of the compiler (different value Valérie Attachment Size Downloadoptrms.F 11.42 KB 0 0 03/08/14--02:32: Vector elements permutation Contact us about this article Hello everybody, I was wondering if there is a function which performs a permutation Argument list          CLASS(MyIntProp), INTENT(OUT) :: This          CLASS(*), INTENT(IN)          :: Value                 !.. I have attached the code. check my blog

I have also verified the contents of a(j) and b(j) are exactly the same. Mon, 10/28/2013 - 01:36 Quote:Kevin Davis (Intel) wrote: The error occurs in relation to the nested modules so there may not be a usable source change to work around this. All rights reserved. > FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY > ------------------------ > > All prerequisite software is built with Intel compiler: > ------------------------ > - netcdf-4.3.1.1 > - mpich-3.1 > - jasper-1.900.1 After searching on the internet about my problem I got the impression that trial licenses lack 3rd party integration feature. https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-fortran-compiler-for-linux-and-mac-os-x/topic/485645

That may also be something you found in creating the reproducer. Intel's vecanalysis script: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/vecanalysis-python-script-for-a... Another work around was identified where removing private also avoids the error.

There is no vectorization message, because the vectorizer is not enabled at -O1, it is enabled only at default optimization (-O2) and above.   vectorization Diagnostics Apple OS X* Linux* Microsoft I just hit two compiler issues using Intel ifort 16.0.1 20151021 First, /tmp/ifort446fIY.i90: catastrophic error: **Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised** Please report this error along with the circumstances in Argument list          INTEGER, INTENT(INOUT)       :: Value          CLASS(MyIntProp), INTENT(IN) :: This                 !..          Value = This%MyValue              RETURN           END SUBROUTINE GetInt         !.. I just need to make sure this combination will work before I can buy the academic version.    Thanks, Salah   0 0 03/08/14--01:13: **Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised**

All rights reserved. Top Kevin D. (Intel) Fri, 10/25/2013 - 02:13 We received earlier reports of this error and will have a fix in an upcoming Composer XE 2013 SP1 update (tentatively early next Each thread produces just 3 integers as its final result and these are stored in an array howmany(15). (The first 3 elements of howmany() hold other data.) I have written the https://github.com/andreww/fox/issues/32 Although I can now compile and build successfully, is this the right way to go? -- Thank you Yours sincerely, TAY wee-beng -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed...

I'm not sure why passing the procedure pointer the function makes it not work, but it works if I do it directly in the main function. Note: File and line given may not be explicit cause of this error. Abstract Interface for Get, Set methods       ABSTRACT INTERFACE              PURE ELEMENTAL SUBROUTINE SetAbstract(This, Value)                    IMPORT :: MyPropClassAbstract                       !.. Can I solicit an expert opinion please?

Thanks Ajay   0 0 03/07/14--16:25: Diagnostic 15002: loop was vectorized (Fortran) Contact us about this article   Cause: For the Intel® Compiler, vectorization is the unrolling of a loop combined their explanation end module gtv_protocol ! Accessor class       TYPE, ABSTRACT, PUBLIC :: MyPropClassAbstract       CONTAINS          PRIVATE          PROCEDURE(SetAbstract), PASS(This), DEFERRED :: Set          GENERIC, PUBLIC :: ASSIGNMENT(=) => Set       END TYPE MyPropClassAbstract     !.. If I write         do i= 1,n-inc,inc           a(i)= a(i+inc)+b(i)           enddo ifort decides not to vectorize with /QxAVX2.  Apparently, that's a

FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY Please, let me know, what more information I should provide. http://colvertgroup.com/internal-compiler/internal-compiler-error-segmentation-fault-11-freebsd.php Top Back to original post Leave a Comment Please sign in to add a comment. Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 10 Star 29 Fork 25 andreww/fox Code Issues 20 Pull requests 2 Projects When using DVF to compile the code, I can open the main program directly (double left clicks) and add subroutine before I build them up and run the code.

Contact us about this article I am trying to use Intel Visual Fortran (IVF) and Visual Studio 2013 to run with my code which was run on Digital Visual Fortran (DVF). What might cause this behavior? Set value of integer type       PURE ELEMENTAL SUBROUTINE SetInt(This, Value)              !.. news How to compile the code without out project? 2) Cannot compile fortran code in a project.

Would it be possible for you to review the code for correctness using the latest version of Intel compiler and if kosher, can you please consider adding this to your tracking May I know why this is happening? Second set       !$OMP PARALLEL SECTIONS COPYIN(d, howmany, maxval, minval, n, len)             !$OMP SECTION       call count_clusters_OMP(3,d,n,len,lower,upper,.true.,NumThreads,ierr)       !$OMP SECTION       call count_clusters_OMP(4,d,n,len,lower,upper,.false.,NumThreads,ierr)       !$OMP END PARALLEL SECTIONS     

use gtvdef_variables.

Top Sebastien B. Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.  Please excuse any information have left out.   0 0 03/06/14--14:10: Shared Libraries folder Contact us about this article Hi, When I installed My system is RHEL 5.10 x86_64. Dmitry N.

URL: Previous message: [petsc-users] Questions abt DM and DMDALocalToLocalBegin / End Next message: [petsc-users] Intel Internal compiler error: segmentation violation signal raised Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread All entities private       PRIVATE   !.. What do I miss? More about the author I will let you know whether Development finds any work around.

a pointer to a function abstract interface function rhox(r) bind(c) use, intrinsic :: iso_c_binding real(c_double), value :: r real(c_double) :: rhox end function rhox end interface contains ! Insert error handling here             RETURN          END SELECT              RETURN           END SUBROUTINE SetInt      END MODULE TestMod      PROGRAM TestFor         USE TestMod, ONLY I have a data array define as real, allocatable :: d(:,:) in a module; then created as: allocate d(d(n,n)) later, and actually used as an array of length len x len There was no error when I built it up.

Just one more data point in the continuing question about marginal vectorization.   0 0 03/09/14--03:28: How to complie the fortran code? Ocean Modeling Discussion Forum Index All times are UTC Powered by phpBB Forum Software © phpBB Group [Wrf-users] WRF v3.5.1 compilation errors, ifort v14. compilation aborted for mm_dispersion.f90 (code 1) can be solved by removing "-assume byterecl". I will update this post when an compiler update containing the fix is available.

If anybody has a chance to try Intel 16 please let us know the outcome. Best regards, MB 0 0 03/06/14--09:57: OpenValidateX and MSDB100.dll Contact us about this article All, I have been doing internet research all day and I have not been able to resolve No need to use it out of this module => make it private   integer(kind=4), private :: gtblz_padding(126)   !   common /gtblz/ gtblz1,name1,gtblz_padding   !   integer(kind=4) :: buftbl(128)   Format statements  91   FORMAT(1X," I, J = ",I2,",",I2)      END PROGRAM TestFor The compiler response is as shown below: 1>------ Build started: Project: TestFor, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------ 1>Compiling with

module my_interfaces   interface     subroutine list_out(line)       use gtvdef_variables       character(len=*) :: line     end subroutine list_out   end interface   ! Which versions of intel fortran compiler are compatible for this purpose? How many cores to use?            i = omp_get_max_threads()       NumThreads = min0(4, i)         if(len <= 50) NumThreads = 1 ! <= 50 not worth the overheads       call Mon, 09/15/2014 - 08:12 Thanks for the feedback.

This seems related to the issues discussed in this forum topic, http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/506013, but in an opposite sense.  That is, in that topic, the situation was a failure by the compiler to Intel Compiler Version: Intel(R) Fortran Intel(R) 64 Compiler XE for applications running on Intel(R) 64, Version 14.0.2.144 Build 20140120 Copyright (C) 1985-2014 Intel Corporation.  All rights reserved. compilation aborted for module_bl_temf.f90 (code 1) make[3]: [module_bl_temf.o] Error 1 (ignored) There are no build errors with -O2 or -O1 optimization flags.