Today in running a simulation test case I have found the following error:
See attached txt file since by copying the test I received 'Your submission contains invalid characters ....".
The compiler used is: Compiling with Intel(R) Visual Fortran Compiler XE 220.127.116.115 [IA-32]
The interface with PARDISO is not changed from about 2 years and it is the first time I get such an error.
Can I get some additional info by using MSGLVL value now set to 0 ?.
error.txt contains the messages:
[Frames below may be incorrect and/or missing, no symbols loaded for libiomp5md.dll]
Xdsim10.exe!_free_base(void * pBlock) Line 50 C
Have you added the mkl's and compiler's dynamic libraries to the system path?
I always include and deliver specific dll in the program directory. MKL are linked with the executable.
libiomp5md.dll is included in the program executable directory
I have found this error with a particular set of input data. By changing slightly input data no error is found.
The subsequent trace back is not correct, pardiso is called through a quite long sequence of subroutine calls. Autoparallelization is not used in the project, about this topic I created recently a discussion in the in the 'compiler' forum and the application is the same.
This week I am out of the office so some answers could be delayed.
I plan to run the same case excluding pardiso and using a classical linear system solution algorithm.