[Users] Compiling Einstein Toolkit
rhaas at aei.mpg.de
Wed Jun 29 13:54:30 CDT 2016
I belietve this could also be caused by incorrect LIBS settings.
For this, in your option list, please check if you added something like
"-lz" to the one of the LIBS variables. It should really read just "z".
You should be able to check what is used (but not modify it easily) by
looking at configs/ET-config/config-info or if you need the real thing
then configs/ET-config/config-data/make.config.defn then you can modify
You may also want to double check that you did not accidentally add
something like LD=ld to your option list which is no correct (it should
Admittedly the biggreen.cfg file that you had included a while back
does not seem to do anything like this.
One more thing: looking at the cfg file, I believe that it should read
MPI_DIR=/opt/openmpi rather than OPENMPI_DIR=/opt/openmpi
> Indeed, gcc was outdated. I loaded gnu/4.9.2.
> I got it configured, but at make I have this error:
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lz
> collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
> What is your suggestion?
> Thank you for your help.
> On 6/28/16, 5:14 PM, "Korobkin, Oleg" <korobkin at lanl.gov> wrote:
> Looks like default g++ on your cluster is outdated. You can check the
> version by typing,
> $ g++ ‹-version
> Versions before 4.7.0 don¹t support the offending '‹std=gnu++11'
> flag. But the cluster certainly should have more recent compilers
> installed. Is there a link to the list of software available on
> biggreen? Try this command:
> $ module avail
> - this should list all the modules that are installed on your
> cluster, including more recent compilers. If any modules are present,
> they are probably called 'gcc/X.Y.Z' or 'gnu-compilers-X.Y.Z' and you
> can add the corresponding module like this:
> $ module load gcc/4.8.1
> Try adding this newer module and recompiling:
> $ make ET-config options=simfactory/mdb/optionlists/biggreen.cfg
> All the best,
> - Oleg
> On 6/28/16, 11:59 AM, "users-bounces at einsteintoolkit.org on behalf of
> Hamilton, Maria" <users-bounces at einsteintoolkit.org on behalf of
> babiuc at marshall.edu> wrote:
> >I was wondering if I can get some help in compiling the Einstein
> >Toolkit on a cluster called BigGreen
> >I¹ve followed the instructions in
> >I¹ve created biggreen.marshall.edu.ini and biggreen.cfg, which are
> >attached to this message.
> >When I issued the commands:
> >simfactory/bin/sim setup --optionlist= biggreen.cfg --runscript
> >simfactory/bin/sim build --thornlist=manifest/einsteintoolkit.th
> >I get this error:
> >Cactus requires a C++11 compiler -- check your C++ compiler and C++
> >compiler flags
> >When I run:
> >make ET-config options=simfactory/mdb/optionlists/biggreen.cfg
> >I get this error:
> >checking whether the C++ compiler (g++ -g3 -march=native -std=gnu++11
> >-rdynamic) works... no
> >configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C++ compiler
> >cannot create executables (see
> >configs/<configname>/config-data/config.log for details).
> >I am attaching also the config.log.
> >Thank you,
> >Maria Babiuc
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