Using Windows 10, IFORT 126.96.36.199 with Visual Studio 2019 using openmp targetting the CPU:
I am trying to cancel nested loops with openmp do loop as the outer loop. Here is an example code:
program TestFortranConsole use omp_lib implicit none integer :: nx,ny,nz integer :: counter integer :: ix,iy,iz real,allocatable :: arr(:,:,:) logical :: shouldCancel integer :: tn nx = 10 ny = 10 nz = 10 shouldCancel = .false. counter = 0 allocate(arr(nx,ny,nz)) !$OMP PARALLEL DO DEFAULT(PRIVATE) SHARED(shouldCancel,arr,counter) loopx: do ix=1,nx tn = OMP_GET_THREAD_NUM() !$OMP CANCELLATION POINT PARALLEL loopy: do iy=1,ny if (shouldCancel) then exit loopy end if loopz: do iz=1,nz if (shouldCancel) then exit loopz end if !§$OMP CRITICAL counter = counter + 1 write(*,*) counter, ", ", tn !§$OMP END CRITICAL arr(ix,iy,iz) = counter !§$OMP CRITICAL if (counter .gt. 100) then shouldCancel = .true. end if !§$OMP CRITICAL end do loopz end do loopy if (shouldCancel) then !$OMP CANCEL PARALLEL end if end do loopx !$OMP END PARALLEL DO deallocate(arr) read(*,*) end program TestFortranConsole
Trying to compile this I get two erros with the following info:
..\TestFortranConsole.f90(65): error #8796: There is no innermost OpenMP* enclosing construct that matches the OpenMP* CANCEL or OpenMP* CANCELLATION POINT construct.
They refer to the `!$OMP CANCELLATION POINT PARALLEL` and the `!$OMP CANCEL PARALLEL` statements. I have tried changing the `PARALLEL` to `DO` and `PARALLEL DO` with the same result.
Does anyone know how to do this?
I forgot to mention that the variable shouldCancel should be set and read in a multi-thread compatible manner.
for newer compilers:
!$omp atomic write
shouldCancel = .true.
!$omp atomic read
localShouldCancel = shouldCancel ! grab the state and place in thread private copy
for older compiler (and newer as well), I've found it more effective to attribute the shouldCancel with VOLATILE and in which case you do not need the !$omp atomic... nor local copy.
In cases where the parallel region reaches deep in nest level, you can either pass in the reference to the shouldCancel, or make it a module variable (i.e. global).
Also, when requiring the OpenMP region thread number, split the parallel from the do
!$OMP PARALLEL DEFAULT(PRIVATE) SHARED(shouldCancel,arr,counter) tn = OMP_GET_THREAD_NUM() !$OMP DO ... !$OMP END DO !$OMP END PARALLEL
Critical section has additional overhead. The best and simplest way is to attribute with volatile:
logical, volatile :: shouldCancel ! *** do NOT initialize here (only at load time) ... shouldCancel = .false. ! *** initialize here (at each entry to procedure) !$omp parallel default(shared) private(...) iThread = omp_get_thread_num() !$omp do ... do ... if(shouldCancel) cycle ... if(reasonToCancel == .true.) shouldCancel = .true. ! do not use shouldCancel=reasonToCancel ...
Note, shouldCancel must not be set to the logical value of whatever you use to make this determination. Reason being is a different thread may unset the value. The interior of the loop should never unset shouldCancel. It is benign to set shouldCancel=.true. more than once.