Using mkl_set_interface_layer from Python 3 on Windows 10 with the latest MKL installed gives an access violation. Specifically this code:
from ctypes import * mkl = cdll.LoadLibrary('mkl_rt') mkl.mkl_set_interface_layer(c_int(1))
produces this error:
OSError: exception: access violation reading 0x0000000000000001
Note using c_int(0) in place of c_int(1) gives an analogous error. Variables in the console are set using mklvars.bat (notably the PATH variables are set properly), and I have checked that several of the cblas_* functions are working. Is there some library I have to load, or specify a calling convention?
Yes, I mean that one. Specifically, I have, in mkl_version.h,
#define __INTEL_MKL_BUILD_DATE 20180128 #define __INTEL_MKL__ 2018 #define __INTEL_MKL_MINOR__ 0 #define __INTEL_MKL_UPDATE__ 2 #define INTEL_MKL_VERSION 20180002