[Beowulf] Problems installing HPL 2.0
hahn at mcmaster.ca
Fri Mar 26 22:40:06 EDT 2010
> Can somebody help me on a problem I am experiencing when trying to install
>HPL 2.0 in our system? The error comes as the HPL_dlamch.c isnt working
>because it cant find the hpl.h include file. The file already exists in
>$(TOPdir)/include/hpl.h. Do I am missing something?
the makefile isn't passing the -I when compiling that file:
> /usr/lib64/openmpi/1.3.2-gcc/bin/mpicc -o HPL_dlange.o -c -DHPL_CALL_CBLAS -I/niaidAdmin/apps/hpl-2.0/include -I/niaidAdmin/apps/hpl-2.0/include -I/niaidAdmin/apps/hpl-2.0/include/Linux_x86_64 -I/usr/include -I/usr/include/openmpi -pipe -O3 -funroll-loops ../HPL_dlange.c
> /usr/lib64/openmpi/1.3.2-gcc/bin/mpicc -o HPL_dlamch.o -c ../HPL_dlamch.c
> ../HPL_dlamch.c:50:17: error: hpl.h: No such file or directory
everything between the -DHPL_CALL... and -funroll-loops is missing.
you need to look at the makefile in src/auxil/niaid...
> I have added the directory /myApps/hpl-2.0/include into my LD_LIBRARY_PATH
> without any result.
thank goodness! ;) that would make no sense, since LD_LIBRARY_PATH is
strictly a runtime/library thing, nothing to do with compile-time/headers.
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I assume you know that this boilerplate is completely meaningless...
regards, mark hahn.
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