[Users] Summatiobyparts compilation failure on ARA cluster (latest ET release)
diener at cct.lsu.edu
Fri Nov 16 15:20:56 CST 2018
was included in the optionlist that Andrea attached to the e-mail.
On Friday 2018-11-16 15:17, Roland Haas wrote:
>Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 15:17:08
>From: Roland Haas <rhaas at illinois.edu>
>To: Peter Diener <diener at cct.lsu.edu>
>Cc: Erik Schnetter <schnetter at protonmail.com>,
> Andrea Endrizzi <aendrizzi7 at gmail.com>,
> Einstein Toolkit Users <users at einsteintoolkit.org>
>Subject: Re: [Users] Summatiobyparts compilation failure on ARA cluster (latest
> ET release)
> Hello all,
> this is just a blind guess but I have seen various strange Fortan
> compiler errors if one forgets to include "-traditional" in the FPPFLAGS
> options in the option list.
> If you do not set FPPFLAGS at all then you should be good since the
> default includes it, however if you eg have
> then you have to change it to be
> FPPFLAGS=-DFOO -traditional
>> Hi Andrea,
>> The error message points to line 11 in the source file, which is the
>> line that contains
>> This is expanded by a C-preprocessor before being handed of to the
>> The preprocessed file can be found in the directory:
>> /home/wa65fop/CS_Wu/THC_ZM1/Cactus/configs/<your config name>/build/SummationByParts
>> and is named Derivatives_2_1.f90.
>> It seems like the C-preprocessor is not expanding
>> "DECLARE_CCTK_FUNCTIONS" correctly and that the preprocessed file
>> contains a line like:
>> end interface & interface
>> which is clearly not valid fortran. Can you check your preprocessed file
>> and verify that this is indeed present?
>> I don't see anything obviously wrong with your preprocessor flags, but
>> why is there a
>> in your CPPFLAGS in you options file?
>> On Friday 2018-11-16 11:08, Erik Schnetter wrote:
>>> Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 11:08:48
>>> From: Erik Schnetter <schnetter at protonmail.com>
>>> To: Andrea Endrizzi <aendrizzi7 at gmail.com>
>>> Cc: Einstein Toolkit Users <users at einsteintoolkit.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [Users] Summatiobyparts compilation failure on ARA cluster (latest
>>> ET release)
>>> The error message quotes a line that is not and should not be present
>>> in the source code. I wonder whether maybe your source file has
>>> somehow become corrupted?
>>> Can you attach the file
>>> from your source tree, as well as the preprecessed file
>>>> On Nov 16, 2018, at 1:51 , Andrea Endrizzi <aendrizzi7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Good morning,
>>>> I was trying to compile ET on ARA cluster, specifically with the
>>>> latest intel compilers (2018, Update 3). All the C/C++ code compiled
>>>> nicely, but when reaching the SummationByParts thorn, the file
>>>> Derivatives_2_1.F90 failed (attached is a .txt of the error). I never
>>>> saw this kind of error before when compiling previous versions of ET,
>>>> but it seems to complain about syntax in a file that looked ok when I
>>>> opened the source. Could it be related to the compiler/the compiler's
>>>> flags I'm using? If that may be the case, I also attach the .cfg file
>>>> I'm using (architecture of the nodes is Skylake). I am currently
>>>> trying to build with a previous version, to check whether it is
>>>> version-related or just a problem on my side.
>>>> Thanks already for your attention!
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Andrea Endrizzi
>>> Erik Schnetter <schnetter at protonmail.com>
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