[Pw_forum] The iotk error occurrd in ph.x
flux_ray12 at 163.com
Wed Feb 8 18:00:48 CET 2012
Dear Axel, thank you very much.
I will try ifort+mpich2 in my own directory, hoping it works and the newest ifort 12 can work in Fedora 7.
CMC Lab, Materials Science & Engineering Department,
Seoul National University, South Korea
At 2012-02-08 22:12:02,"Axel Kohlmeyer" <akohlmey at gmail.com> wrote:
>2012/2/8 GAO Zhe <flux_ray12 at 163.com>:
>> Dear QE developer and users
>> I am using an old cluster for calculation, where mpich2 1.2.1 was compiled
>> by gortran 4.1.2 in Fedora 7 x86_64.
>> The pw.x calculations were fine, but when I was executing ph.x, the iotk
>> error occurred (no matter multi-nodes or single-core, this error occurred as
>> soon as the input file read by ph.x) :
>> # FROM IOTK LIBRARY, VERSION 1.2.0
>> # UNRECOVERABLE ERROR (ierr=1)
>> # ERROR IN: iotk_scan_end (iotk_scan.f90:241)
>> # CVS Revision: 1.23
>> # foundl
>> # ERROR IN: iotk_close_read (iotk_files.f90:746)
>> # CVS Revision: 1.20
>> As I known, such a problem is due to the bug of compiler, i.e., gfortran
>> 4.1.2. However, since I just have the normal user authority in this cluster,
>> I cannot upgrade gfortran or install other fortran compiler. Even mpich2 was
>> installed in /usr, so I cannot re-compile it.
>yes, you can compile and install both the GCC compilers
>(including gfortran) and the MPI library without superuser
>privilege and override the system defaults. it just takes
>some effort and requires reading of the corresponding
>documentation. i have done both many times on very
>different machines without having root access.
>> In such a case, do I have to give up the phonon calculaitons in this cluster
>> GAO Zhe
>> CMC Lab, Materials Science & Engineering Department,
>> Seoul National University, South Korea
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>> Pw_forum at pwscf.org
>Dr. Axel Kohlmeyer
>akohlmey at gmail.com http://goo.gl/1wk0
>College of Science and Technology
>Temple University, Philadelphia PA, USA.
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