I am wrining here in order to find some help by someone more expert than me with this problems. I have tried to install on openSUSE leap 15 the latest version of parallel studio XE. The install were fine except for a warning about some 32bit libraries which I am no able to find anywhere... In any case I have disabled the installation of 32bit packages at all.
I have tried to compile a simple helloWorld program which runs well under openmpi, but intel produces this error:
/home/eod/intel//compilers_and_libraries_2019.1.144/linux/mpi/intel64/bin/mpirun: line 103: 15964 Segmentation fault (core dumped) mpiexec.hydra "$@" 0<&0
I have really no idea on how to fix this.
Any hint is hightly appreciated. Thanks
Hi, thank for your replay. I do not know if it reproducilble or not. The error is inside mpi_init() call. My supsects is that is coming from a bad install of the compiler.
Are openSuse leap 15 good for intel?
Same problem here. Steps to reproduce:
- install Parallel Studio update 3
- run "mpiexec -np 1 /bin/ls"
- expected result: contents of current directory
- real result: Segmentation fault
The same procedure works as expected with PS initial release. I'll test update 2 ASAP.
(Edoardo, I don't think the fact that Opensuse is not listed can be a good reason. It is not "officially supported" but is a mainstream distro. As for me, I'm using Linux Mint 19, which is identical to Ubuntu 18.04 except for a few metapackages IIUC.)
I should add that I also get the (irrelevant) warning about missing 32bit compatibility libraries, but this warning also happens during the installation of PS initial release, so it is not the culprit here. (It is irrelevant because the host OS is fully 64bit and I'm not cross-compiling, and I'm not installing the 32bit versions of the Intel libraries.)
The problem also exists with Update 1. So the regression was introduced between the initial release and Update 1.
I hope this will help solve this very serious problem!