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Bug in icc 13.0.0.079 and 13.0.1.117

Found while attempting to compile postgresql using icc.  Attached preprocessed source of file which failed.

[bash] icc -c -o network.o network.i ": internal error: backend signals compilation aborted for network.i (code 4) [/bash]

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Hello, I can confirm this problem even with the latest version 13.0.1.117. Thus I created a defect ticket (DPD200240067) and let you know once fixed. Thank you for reporting! Best regards, Georg Zitzlsberger
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Beginner
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Sorry off topic, Can you tell me what's the release date of  icc13 update2?:)

thanks

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Employee
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Hello, there is no official date but you can expect it end of January, beginning February. Best regards, Georg Zitzlsberger
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Beginner
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Looks like it's working in composerxe 2013.2.146

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New Contributor I
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Hi
When you are halted on this error with  versions mentioned

In this step
cd src/backend/utils/adt
/opt/intel/bin/icc -Os   -I../../../../src/include -c -o network.o network.c
 
cd ../../../  (return to postgresql-9.2.2 home directory)

repeat make to end compilation

If you don't have path  intel lib
 use command
cp /opt/intel/lib/intel64/libintlc.so libintlc.so.5  libsvml.a  libsvml.so /usr/lib
ldconfig
su postgres
time make check
  etc ...
Regards



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Employee
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Hello, it should be fixed already with latest updates 2 and higher. Just confirmed by engineering. Please let me know if you still face that problem. Best regards, Georg Zitzlsberger
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Valued Contributor II
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Hi Georg, >>...icc -c -o network.o network.i ": internal error: backend signals compilation aborted for network.i (code 4)... These internal error messages are very confusing and I wonder if they could be more specific? First of all it is Not clear at all where the compiler failed. What is a line number in a source files, or a function name, etc? It would be nice to see more technical details and consider it as a Feature Request. Thanks in advance.
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