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Hi,

I ran into a problem with using the dcopy subroutine of MKL. When compiling and running the included small test using gfortran and intel MKL version 11, it works fine on my Xeon machines, but fails on the Opteron machines. Both the integer*4 and integer*8 versions of the 64-bit libraries of MKL seem to have this problem. ACML has the same issue, but only in their integer*4 64-bit library. The test program works fine with the older version 10.1.3.027 of MKL.

greetings, Steven

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Hello Steven,

Would you please check the latest 11.0. update2? the problem has been fixed there.

--Gennady

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Hi Steve,

Looking at the gdb bt log you attched, I notice that you are using the MKL ILP64 interface library (libmkl_gf_ilp64.so). When using the ilp64 interface library, the integers declared in the source program should be of 64-bit integer type. With gfortran, the relevant compiler flag which make sures integers are 64-bit length is -fdefault-integer-8. For Intel Fortran compiler, the correct option is -i8

Can you confirm that you are using -fdefault-integer-8 when compiling your program with gfortran and linking against the MKL gfortran ilp64 interface library?

--Vamsi.

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Hi Vamsi,

thanks for catching that, I was too quick to test and indeed forgot that flag. Everything seems to work fine now, also in production the results match the Xeon machines. Thanks to everyone for your help.

greetings,

Steven

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