I just upgraded my Linux compiler suite to 17.0 (from the latest 16.xx), and tried to recompile VASP (Fortran+MPI). Now I am getting the error message shown in the subject. I did compile the complete source code. Any idea what's wrong? I tried Open MPI as well as MPICH (recompiled with the new Intel suite for good measure). Here is the complete message:
constrmag.f90:(.text+0x4780): undefined reference to `for_realloc_lhs'
Given that VASP is one of the most heavily used HPC codes, I suspect I'm not the first to run into this problem.
Thanks in advance,
I have kind of same problem. I am trying to solve Abaqus UMAT subroutine and after compilation and by starting the abaqus/standard I get the following error: I use intel fortran 17.0.0.
/usr/DassaultSystemes/SimulationServices/V6R2016x/linux_a64/code/bin/standard: symbol lookup error: /tmp/ff11_Job_sx-px_2795/libstandardU.so: undefined symbol: for_realloc_lhs
the complete log is here:
End Compiling Abaqus/Standard User Subroutines Begin Linking Abaqus/Standard User Subroutines Intel(R) Fortran Intel(R) 64 Compiler for applications running on Intel(R) 64, Version 17.0.0.098 Build 20160721 Copyright (C) 1985-2016 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. ifort: command line remark #10148: option '-i-dynamic' not supported GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Ubuntu) 2.26.1 End Linking Abaqus/Standard User Subroutines Mon Nov 7 19:13:23 2016 Begin Analysis Input File Processor Mon Nov 7 19:13:23 2016 Run pre Mon Nov 7 19:13:24 2016 End Analysis Input File Processor Begin Abaqus/Standard Analysis Mon Nov 7 19:13:24 2016 Run standard /usr/DassaultSystemes/SimulationServices/V6R2016x/linux_a64/code/bin/standard: symbol lookup error: /tmp/ff11_Job_sx-px_2795/libstandardU.so: undefined symbol: for_realloc_lhs Mon Nov 7 19:13:26 2016 Begin MFS->SFS and SIM cleanup Mon Nov 7 19:13:26 2016 Run SMASimUtility Mon Nov 7 19:13:26 2016 End MFS->SFS and SIM cleanup Abaqus Error: Abaqus/Standard Analysis exited with an error - Please see the message file for possible error messages if the file exists. Abaqus/Analysis exited with errors
Reading this post, I got the idea maybe it is not subroutine problem and it is problem of compiler or the setting which I have. I was wondering could anyone give me some tips whether should I struggle with subroutine or I should do some thing with the compiler.
In Abaqus environment I use the following:
compile_fortran = (fortCmd + " -c -fPIC -auto -shared-intel " + "-I%I -I../lib -free -O0 -fpp -qopenmp " + "-ftz -diag-disable 5268 " + "-implicitnone -assume byterecl -stand f08 -standard-semantics " + "-real-size 64 -integer-size 32 -DFLOAT=8 -DINT=4 " )
The problem is that you're linking to the Fortran run-time libraries from an older version of the compiler. You need to example the link step, not the compile step, of the script you're using. It may be that LD_LIBRARY_PATH is pointing to the older version.
I'm getting the same problem. We are compiling a python program that call a fortran library.
Could it be some incompatibilities between IntelPython and new Intel compiler?
I'm using last IntelPython (update 3) and icc 17.0.2
I encounterd the same problem. But I don't think it is due to old library linking because only one version of library exists in my computer. I avoided this problem by adding /nostandrad-realloc-lhs compiler option but I don't know why so.
I have encounted the same problem but couldn't find solution as Steve Lionel suggested. Because there is only one version of compiler installed in my computer. I tried to avoid the problem by adding /nostandard-realloc-lhs compiler option. It works but I don't know why.
Sorry to up that post but i am encountering a similar issue.
I am trying to compile a SDK that i was handed yersteday. This SDK required the installation of Visual studio community 2015 and Intel Redistributable fortran library parallel studio XE 2017.
However, when i am trying to build the project (the SDK's tutorials) i run into the same error: unresolved symbol _for_realloc_lhs_
However, i do not own the SDK's fortran sources, which prevents me to build them with a different version of the compiler.
I would like to know if i am missing something here, or simply if the SDK's fortran sources were compiled with the wrong tools.
Thanks in advance