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Ubuntu workstation, gcc and gfortran compilers.

$./GetComponents --parallel https://svn.einsteintoolkit.org/manifest/branches/ET_2014_05/einsteintoolkit.th

after that make the configuration $./simfactory/bin/sim setup --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh

but fail to do build of the project $./simfactory/bin/sim build


Running configuration script for thorn HWLOC: hwloc selected, but HWLOC_DIR not set. Checking some places... Found hwloc in /usr Finished running configuration script for thorn HWLOC. Checking consistency... Creating Thorn-Flesh bindings... Creating implementation bindings... Creating parameter bindings... Creating variable bindings... Creating schedule bindings... Creating function bindings...


There were 2 errors during execution of the CST These must be corrected before compilation can proceed



Warnings were generated during execution of the CST

CST error 1: -> Configuration script for thorn FORTRAN returned exit code 1 Error message: 'Fortran thorn requires that a Fortran compiler is defined, but F77 = 'none' and F90 = 'none'. Aborting.'

CST error 2: -> Configuration script for thorn LORENE returned exit code 1 (no error message)


make[1]: [/home/Cactus/configs/sim/config-data/make.thornlist] Error 1 make: [sim] Error 2

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After that $make config $make test1 $make test1 2&> test1_log.txt

The compilation of the cactus report errors in file Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90

COMPILING arrangements/EinsteinEvolve/GRHydro/src/Utils.F90 Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/arrangements/EinsteinEvolve/GRHydro/src/include" Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/arrangements/EinsteinEvolve/GRHydro/src/include" /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2879.10:

pointer (pg11,g11), (pg12,g12), (pg13,g13), (pg22,g22), (pg23,g23), (pg33,g33) 1 Error: Cray pointer declaration at (1) requires -fcray-pointer flag /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2882.8:

pg11 = loc(gaa)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg11' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2883.8:

pg12 = loc(gab)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg12' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2884.8:

pg13 = loc(gac)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg13' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2885.8:

pg22 = loc(gbb)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg22' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2886.8:

pg23 = loc(gbc)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg23' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/configs/test1/build/GRHydro/Utils.f90:2887.8:

pg33 = loc(gcc)
    1

Error: Symbol 'pg33' at (1) has no IMPLICIT type make[3]: [Utils.F90.o] Error 1 make[2]: [make.checked] Error 2 make[1]: [/home/Cactus/configs/test1/lib/libthorn_GRHydro.a] Error 2 make: [test1] Error 2

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Comments (13)

  1. Frank Löffler
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    It is strange that thorn Fortran says F77 and F90 are 'none', but the option list (in simfactory) mentions gfortran. Are there maybe earlier errors about the Fortran compiler?

    Later Cactus seems to find the Fortran compiler, and that complaints about a missing -fcray-pointer, which is present in the (current) ubuntu.cfg.

    Could you please attach your Cactus/configs/sim/Optionlist file to the bug report?

  2. anonymous reporter
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    I have changed OptionList in setup sim (add gfortran by hands), but it not helps.

  3. Frank Löffler
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    Try removing your existing configuration, and build with

    ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh
    

    (Note the options that you had are here on 'build', not 'setup')

  4. anonymous reporter
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    I have remove cactus folder

    ./GetComponents --parallel  https://svn.einsteintoolkit.org/manifest/branches/ET_2014_05/einsteintoolkit.th
    

    the command

    ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh
    

    report error about absence of the configuration

    I did

     ./simfactory/bin/sim setup --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh
    

    after that

    ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh --thornlist=manifest/einsteintoolkit.th 2&> sim_2_log.txt
    

    results in the attachment.

  5. anonymous reporter
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    I have remove cactus folder

    rm -rf Cactus
    

    after that

    ./GetComponents --parallel https://svn.einsteintoolkit.org/manifest/branches/ET_2014_05/einsteintoolkit.th

    the command ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh report error about absence of the configuration

    I did ./simfactory/bin/sim setup --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh

    after that ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh --thornlist=manifest/einsteintoolkit.th 2&> sim_2_log.txt

    results in the attachment.

  6. anonymous reporter
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    To do not make similar ticket.

    How can I change the number of mpi threads?

    ./simfactory/bin/sim submit static_tov --parfile=par/static_tov.par --procs=8 --walltime=24:0:0
    Parameter file: /home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/par/static_tov.par
    Skeleton Created
    Job directory: "/home/bmv/simulations/static_tov"
    Executable: "/home/bmv/utils/soft/cactus/Cactus/exe/cactus_sim"
    Option list: "/home/bmv/simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/cfg/OptionList"
    Submit script: "/home/bmv/simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/run/SubmitScript"
    Run script: "/home/bmv/simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/run/RunScript"
    Parameter file: "/home/bmv/simulations/static_tov/SIMFACTORY/par/static_tov.par"
    Assigned restart id: 0 
    Error: Too many nodes specified: nodes=8 (maxnodes is 1)
    Aborting Simfactory.
    
  7. anonymous reporter
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    Mint mate 16 (ubuntu 13.10) is installed on my workstation.

    That I did: Download Cactus from repository

    Corrected path to MPI library (I used mpich 3 compiled from sources) in the file: Cactus/simfactory/mdb/optionlists/ubuntu.cfg

    Made initial setup

     ./simfactory/bin/sim setup --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh
    

    Install additional packages to ubuntu

    sudo apt-get install libltdl-dev libnuma-dev
    

    Build the cactus:

    ./simfactory/bin/sim build --optionlist=ubuntu.cfg --runscript debian.sh --thornlist=manifest/einsteintoolkit.th 2&> sim_2_log.txt
    

    After that follow the instructions how to run exaples on the https://docs.einsteintoolkit.org/et-docs/Tutorial_for_New_Users

  8. Ian Hinder
    • changed status to resolved
    • removed comment

    This seems to be the same problem as #1717, where the solution was to disable the system-installed hwloc on Ubuntu. I believe the ticket submitter's problem has been fixed, so I am closing the ticket. Please reopen if this is not the case.

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