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Unresolved external symbol PARDISO_D

gilmour__arthur
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I have adapted the pardiso_sym_f90 example and compiled it in Visual Studio 2015 on my Windows 10 64 bit machine.

First attempt, I got it running in VS but it would not run from console because it was Win32!

Now I have rebuilt as x64, it compiles but cannot find PARDISO_D

I have set Fortran option MKL Parallel (/Qmkl:parallel)  and general option Yes (/MP)

Debug Multithreaded (/libs:static /threads /dbglibs)

What else?

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gilmour__arthur
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Dear reader,

It turned out to be my mistake, having been confused by Visual Studio.

I asked a colleague to try and do what I thought I had done, and it worked for him.

He suggested I try again creating a new solution/project and it worked properly this third attempt.

It turned out that when I was attempting to set the MKL library for the x64 build, it was in fact setting it on the x86 build.  The error message simply meant that the MKL library was not being invoked in the x64 build.  Eventually, I found the error.

Sorry for wasting your time.

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RahulV_intel
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Hi,


Could you please specify your MKL version?


Thanks,

Rahul


gilmour__arthur
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Dear Rahul,

Is this what you need?

Directory of C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools

11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> parallel_studio_xe_2019.6.074
11-May-20 11:26 AM <SYMLINKD> parallel_studio_xe_2019 [C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\parallel_studio_xe_2019.6.074]
11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> ..
11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> .
11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> ide_support_2019
11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> compilers_and_libraries_2019.6.324
11-May-20 11:26 AM <DIR> debugger_2019
11-May-20 11:24 AM <DIR> mpi
11-May-20 11:24 AM <DIR> conda_channel
11-May-20 11:24 AM <DIR> compilers_and_libraries_2019
11-May-20 11:24 AM <SYMLINKD> compilers_and_libraries [C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\compilers_and_libraries_2019]
11-May-20 11:24 AM <DIR> samples_2019
11-May-20 11:24 AM <DIR> documentation_2019
11-May-20 11:23 AM <DIR> compilers_and_libraries_2019.5.281

 

 

gilmour__arthur
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Dear reader,

It turned out to be my mistake, having been confused by Visual Studio.

I asked a colleague to try and do what I thought I had done, and it worked for him.

He suggested I try again creating a new solution/project and it worked properly this third attempt.

It turned out that when I was attempting to set the MKL library for the x64 build, it was in fact setting it on the x86 build.  The error message simply meant that the MKL library was not being invoked in the x64 build.  Eventually, I found the error.

Sorry for wasting your time.

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RahulV_intel
Moderator
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Hi,


Thanks for the update. Intel will no longer monitor this thread. Further discussions on this thread will be considered community only.


Thanks,

Rahul


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