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afd_lml
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PARDISO iparm(35) does not work !

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from http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/pardiso-parameter-table/, It showswhen iparm(35)=1, the C-style indexing (indexing starts from 0.) However, when I set this parameter, my application is collapsed.

Would anyone like to give me some help ?

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Gennady_F_Intel
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What mkl version are you using? Please pay your attention to the fact thatC-style indexing support available for 10.3 beta only.
if it's 10.3 beta, then as Artem mentioned, we need the test case for investigation the problem.
--Gennady

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Artem_V_Intel
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Hello,

Could you please submit small test case, that can show this issue?

Best regards,
Artem
Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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What mkl version are you using? Please pay your attention to the fact thatC-style indexing support available for 10.3 beta only.
if it's 10.3 beta, then as Artem mentioned, we need the test case for investigation the problem.
--Gennady

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afd_lml
Beginner
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I use MKL 10.2. It does not support 0-based indexing.

Then, I download and install the MKL 10.3, and iparm(35) works.
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