> Full Name: Nilton Liuji Kamiji > Email Address: address@hidden > Organization: RIKEN > Package Version: 4.1_beta2 > Operating System: CentOS 5.4 > Hardware: Intel Xeon > Description of problem: > > I have successfully build the hdf5 with enable parallel using openmpi > 1.3.2 (The one which we can install from yum). > > I have ran the ./configure with CC=mpicc FC=mpif90 CXX=mpicxx (attached > file: config.log.nf_test_error) make finished with no errors (attached > file: make.log), however, make check resulted in errors on nf_test > (attached file: make.check.log). Obviously, make and make check > finished with no errors when --disable-f77 and --disable-f90 were > utilized. > > Is it only a problem on the test scripts, or is there really an error > on the fortran library? > > Thanks in advance, > > Nilton Kamiji Howdy Nilton! Sorry it took me so long to answer your questions, things have been a bit hectic around here the last few weeks. You should try again with the most recent snapshot release: ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/netcdf/snapshot/netcdf-4-daily.tar.gz The fortran problems are being caused by the fact that the netCDF configure script can't figure out what kind of fortran compiler you have from the name. Is it gcc/gfortran based? If so, set CPPFLAGS=-dgFortran and rerun the netCDF configure. If you are using non-gnu compilers, or downrev gnu compilers, try setting CPPFLAGS to -Df2cFortran or -DpgiFortran. You also want to upgrade to HDF5-1.8.4-patch1: ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/netcdf/netcdf-4/hdf5-1.8.4-patch1.tar.gz Let me know how this works for you. Thanks, Ed Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IVI-141506 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Critical Status: Closed
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