[Aces-support] opt files
mmazloff at MIT.EDU
Thu Dec 16 14:08:09 EST 2004
I def. used genmake2 -mpi ....
2 things I may have done to mess things up
1) I may have added the -mpi in diff. order...would it matter if I put
the -mpi aftr the -of=...I am not sure if I did this, but it is possible
2) I noticed a few extra lines at the end of the
'linux_ia32_ifort+mpi_aces' file that I may have accidentally put
there...I know I shouldn't have messed with this file...it was a
mistake...would these extra 'returns' have messed things up. I did
check the CVS repository and everything else, besides these extra lines
is the exact same. However, I know Fortran is sensitive enough that
these lines may have cause the model to crash...if so I am very sorry
for making people search for an answer...my mistake
If 1 or 2 would not have made the model crash, then I really have no
idea why it crashed...everything else I did was identical...
Patrick Heimbach wrote:
>I saw an "inconsistency" as to when we explicitly specify
>in the optfiles and when we don't.
>If '+mpi' is included in the optfile name people tend to assume,
>rightly so, that -mpi isn't needed as explicit genmake2 option.
>Matt may have run into this.
>the ...+mpi_itrda optfile does have the -DALLOW_USE_MPI -DALWAYS_USE_MPI
>the ...+mpi_aces doesn't.
>Matt, could you check whether you did 'genmake2 -mpi ...' ?
>On Wednesday 15 December 2004 14:53, Matthew Mazloff wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I wanted to bring to attention, the fact that when I compiled the MITGCM
> > with the optfile
> > linux_ia32_ifort+mpi_aces
> > the model crashed. By changing to the optfile
> > linux_ia32_ifc+mpi_itrda
> > everything ran smoothly. For both I used the mpich/intel environment.
> > Thanks,
> > Matt
> > <http://mitgcm.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/MITgcm/tools/build_options/linux_i
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