[Beowulf] PGI and HPCC,HPL

John Brookes John.Brookes at compusys.co.uk
Thu Sep 15 10:47:03 PDT 2005

The undefined references are to pg-provided fortran library functions;
they are needed for any fortran code that does io. The following should
sort it out:

Have a look in hpl/Make.<arch> for a line that says 'LINKER = pgcc'.
Change it to use the fortran compiler. If you use pgcc to link fortran,
you have to add some libraries to the linkline (-llibpgftnrtl at least,
iirc), pgfXX know what to use already......


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-----Original Message-----
From: beowulf-bounces at beowulf.org [mailto:beowulf-bounces at beowulf.org]
On Behalf Of guren at be.itu.edu.tr
Sent: 13 September 2005 09:20
To: beowulf at beowulf.org
Subject: [Beowulf] PGI and HPCC,HPL 

I am trying to compile the High Performance Linpack Benchmark and HP
Computing Challenge Benchmark software on HP cluster that has PGI 5.2
compiler. I try to use  BLAS routines PGI has. I get some errors like

../../../lib/hp/libhpl.a(HPL_pabort.o)(.text+0x99): In function

../../../src/pauxil/HPL_pabort.c:108: undefined reference to

In function `xerbla_':
: undefined reference to `fio_src_info'

In function `xerbla_':
: undefined reference to `fio_fmtw_init'



I couldn't solve the problem have you any idea?

Many thanks

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