Vic, > I have included the config.log file for trying to install netcdf-4.3.1. > I am trying to install on a CENTOS 5 LINUX system. I checked what I > installed on the system that I am trying to do the install using yum. > Below is what I have installed currently for the hdf5,curl and zlib via yum. > > hdf5.x86_64 1.8.7-1.el5.rf installed > hdf5-devel 1.8.7-1.el5.rf installed > curl.x86_64 7.15.5-9.el5_6.2 installed > curl-devel.x86_64 7.15.5-9.el5_6.2 installed > zlib.x86_64 1.2.3-3 installed > zlib-devel.x86_64 1.2.3-3 installed > > Did not know if I should have used the ones you have in your download > site instead of installing them using yum via the Centos 5 system Installing via yum should be fine, if the problem isn't related to the older versions of HDF5, libcurl, and zlib that you're building with. I tried to duplicate the bug with the same version of HDF5 you are using, but it worked fine for me, and curl and zlib don't appear to be involved. > After downloading the netcdf-4.3.1 tar file and untarring it, I did > the simple ./connfigure prefix=/home/tisone/HELP/NETCDF/local > and then did the make check install that generated the error I sent > Will have the the netcdf command set that it generates when it works be > placed on our main fileserver in a common directory that is mounted on > all of LINUX systems running CENTOS 5 and CENTOS 6 . ... This is puzzling. I don't have access to a CENTOS 5 platform, but my old Fedora 14 x86_64 should be pretty close, and your config.log shows only a few differences, but you get the "make check" failure that I don't see. The differences are - You're using an older curl library without CURLOPT_KEYPASSWD defined in curl/curl.h, but the ncdump test that's failing has nothing to do with libcurl or DAP. - In your older math.h, there are no definitions for the macros isfinite or signbit, but that shouldn't matter, as configure flags make sure substitutes are defined when not provided. - Your compiler version, gcc-4.1.2, is older than the gcc-4.5.1 I'm using. It's grasping at straws, but there might have been a bug in gcc-4.1.2 that was later fixed and gets past the test failure you're seeing in the call to an HDF5 function in creating a test file, in ncdump/tst_h_scalar.c: /* Create variable-length string datatype */ if ((vlstr_typeid = H5Tcreate(H5T_STRING, (size_t)H5T_VARIABLE)) < 0) ERR; that resulted in HDF5-DIAG: Error detected in HDF5 (1.8.7) thread 0: #000: H5T.c line 1597 in H5Tcreate(): unable to create type major: Datatype minor: Unable to initialize object #001: H5T.c line 2990 in H5T_create(): type class is not appropriate - use H5Tcopy() major: Datatype minor: Feature is unsupported If you have access to gcc-4.5.1 or later on your CENTOS platform, could you try building and testing with that instead? If that doesn't work, all I can suggest is using a more current HDF5-1.8.12 release ... --Russ > Unidata netCDF Support wrote: > > Hi Vic, > > > >> I have been trying to install netcdf-4.3.1 on one of our Centos 5 > >> Linux systems --I get the errors that are contained in the atached > >> test-suite.log file--Not sure what I need to do about it. > > > > I thought the problem might be using a pretty old version of HDF5 from > > 2011 with the latest version of netCDF. but I can't duplicate the problem > > here. NetCDF-126.96.36.199 built with HDF5-1.8.7 seems to work fine and passes > > all tests on my RHEL 14 Linux system, > > > > Can you send the config.log file generated when you ran configure? > > > > Thanks! > > > > --Russ > > > > Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program > > address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu > > > > > > > > Ticket Details > > =================== > > Ticket ID: XIS-909415 > > Department: Support netCDF > > Priority: Normal > > Status: Closed > > -- > Vic > > Victor P. Tisone Computer System Management Team (CSMT) > address@hidden voice: (303)497-1519 fax: (303)497-1589 > High Altitude Observatory P.O. Box 3000 Boulder CO 80307 USA > > Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: XIS-909415 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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