09-13-2004 04:11 AM
Has anybody an idea what's going wrong?
Many thanks in advance
09-13-2004 08:43 AM
try to use +Oinitcheck instead of +save.
Read the following:
If performance is an issue, consider using the +Oinitcheck
option. Unlike the +save option, +Oinitcheck does not â saveâ variablesâ it does not move
variables into static storage. Instead, it causes the compiler to search for all local, nonarray,
nonstatic variables that have not been defined before being used. Any that it finds are
initialized to 0 on the stack each time the procedure in which they are declared is invoked.
The +save command-line option inhibits many of the optimizations
performed by the compiler. Generally, you will get better performance with
the +Oinitcheck option, which also sets uninitialized variables to zero but
is more selective than +save.
09-13-2004 09:44 AM
09-13-2004 09:44 PM
I changed the compile options to +Oinitcheck +noppu +O3 and got the same error message. The compiler I'm using is HP F90 v2.8.4.
One thing which might be interesting: the messages "Unsatisfied symbol ..." refer to external functions which are altogether in the same single file.
09-14-2004 01:48 AM
it looks that compiler bombs during compiling or optimizing that external function. Try to add -v option to compiler and look at the output.
To make sure, that you have up to date compiler and tools, i recommend to install the following patches:
PHSS_29678 s700_800 11.23 Math Library Cumulative Patch
PHSS_30080 s700_800 11.2X FORTRAN I/O Library [libIO77]
PHSS_30230 s700_800 11.23 Integrity Linker + fdp
PHSS_30437 s700_800 11.X FORTRAN Intrinsics [libF90 B.11.23.16]
PHSS_30711 s700_800 11.[22/23] FORTRAN90 +U77 support library [libU77]
PHSS_30849 s700_800 11.23 u2comp/be/plugin library Patch
PHSS_31086 s700_800 11.23 Integrity Unwind Library
PHSS_31324 s700_800 11.23 Fortran Product Patch, v2.8 to v2.8.5