Fortran Error Mpif.h Could Not Be Located At
And I don't even have to manually include -I/usr/local/include in order for it to find mpif.h. 2016-10-11T18:59:28+00:00 James Ostrander reporter attached mpi_init-not-located.log.log 2016-10-11T19:00:36+00:00 James Ostrander reporter Tried setting mpif90 as my mpif.h could not be located at: Should request f-blas-lapack, not --download-c-blas-lapack=yes since you have a fortran compiler?After that, I tried several options with/without --download-f-blas-lapack or --download-mpich=1, but none of them worked shell$ mpifort foo.f -o foo -I$OMPI_HOME/include ! ! Configuring, making and testing with the default (no) options works fine. weblink
attribute “__nonnull__” ignored extern int access (__const char *__name, int __type)0MPICH3 not running on multiple mahines: hydra_pmi_poxy error : Exec format error2mpi-selector can't see my mpi libraries1Error: demux engine error waiting My schools resident linux professor could only recommend the -I flag and FPATH which I have tried. fpoulin$ python heat.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "heat.py", line 4, in
are you using mpif90/mpif77 to compiler your program? of MPI, or with other versions of Open MPI will result in undefined ! Reload to refresh your session. [Pw_forum] Fatal Error: File 'mpif.h' not found. Why are unsigned numbers implemented?
In the example above you'd need to add this to your compile command: -I/usr/local/mpich/include ron Top Tim P. You should not copy this file to your local directory because it is ! Warning: You have unlinked kegs in your Cellar Leaving kegs unlinked can lead to build-trouble and cause brews that depend on those kegs to fail to run properly once built. should be equivalent to the command listed above: ! !
I start a new installation (from null) and find a similar error. Now I finished the installation successfully. :) > > K. Seems mysterious but I tried an example, heat.py, and it ran. 4) When I try pip install I get a similar error to before but this time updating does nothing. It is strange that /usr/bin/mpicc fails.
Could you please help? > > Thanks, > Shuangshuang > > >
Next message: [Pw_forum] Fatal Error: File 'mpif.h' not found. petsc with slepc (Micheal Lysaght) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2011 12:04:38 +0800 > From: Kyunghoon Lee
Here is the configure.log output. have a peek at these guys Lee.Post by Kyunghoon Leep.s.I do not need to compile petsc for FORTRAN.Sadly you do because the packages MUMPS uses are all Fortran.So you will need a real Fortran compiler (perhaps gfortran) You either use the MPI you have in /usr/local to build all the other packages, or remove any traces of your MPI in /usr/local and ask PETSc to download MPICH. 2014-07-11T14:54:05+00:00 Re: Coloring of a parallel matrix (Barry Smith) > 8.
I tried adding "$ ifort -I/home/cbisher SPG4Series.f90" to the command line, but I still get the same error. Do ***not*** copy this file to the directory where your Fortran ! Not sure why. check over here I'd appreciate it if someone can help me with this compilation problem with mumps.Regards,K.
In the end I used clang and gfortran and asked it to download mpich2. Re: compilation with mumps on Mac OS 10.6.8 (Kyunghoon Lee) > 2. Copyright (c) 2006-2014 Cisco Systems, Inc.
First I tried./configure --prefix=/Users/aeronova/Development/local/lib64/petsc/petsc-3.1-p8 --download-c-blas-lapack=1 —download-parmetis=1 --download-scalapack=1 --download-mumps=1Fortran error!
Any idea why this worked with the default options but not with the xl compilers? i have installed the mpich (on centOS 7) to compile the ED model with Gfortran compiler. Clone in SourceTree Atlassian SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows. Christian Top Ronald W Green (Intel) Thu, 09/24/2009 - 13:48 Quoting - cbisher Ron, I've been working this problem for quite some time and have had no luck anywhere.
Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! When I try doing the test case I get that the example performs very poorly in parallel. Thu, 09/24/2009 - 13:49 If you want your Fortran source to work on both linux and Windows, you'll have to take that part of the include file path between backslashes out http://epssecurenet.com/fortran-error/fortran-error-2290.html Matthew Knepley Re: [petsc-dev] configuration error: Ca...
if the Ubuntu command line does not find the file on that path, neither will the compiler. BTW: on Macs you don't need to provide >> blas/lapack with --download; Apple provides them on the system. >> >> >> >>> Re SuperLU_Dist, all I know is I need mumps Using this mpif.h with other implementations ! All rights reserved. !
The 3x3 Hexa Prime Square Puzzle How to reliably reload package after change? However, I get error #5102: Cannot open include file. It is actually a problem in PETSc that me and other PETSc devs are trying to fix.