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[netCDF #EUL-543137]: building netcdf 4.4.1.1



After make check fails.
See if you can find files named something like this:
ncgen/run_tests.sh.log
and
ncgen/run_nc4_tests.sh.log
and post them here.

> I am trying to build netcdf 4.4.1.1 from source but am having problems
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> My system is CentOS 7 and am trying to compile netcdf with intel compilers
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> I installed:
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> hdf5-1.10.1
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> zlib-1.2.8
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> curl-7.26
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> then to build netcdf I use:
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> ./configure CC=icc CXX=icpc \
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> F77=ifort FC=ifort F90=ifort \
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> CPPFLAGS=-I/home/discovery-libs/nlib/include
> LDFLAGS=-L/home/discovery-libs/nlib/lib \
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> --prefix=/home/discovery/libs/netcdf --disable-shared
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> make check install
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> but the make fails with an error related to ncgen
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> the configure and make logs are attached.
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> I would really appreciate any help with that.
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> Thanks!
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> Cheers,
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> Charles.
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> *====================================================*
> Dr. Charles Jones
> Professor
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> Department of Geography and
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> Earth Research Institute (ERI)
> University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3060
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> phone: (805) 893-5824
> fax:   (805) 893-2578
> email:  <mailto:address@hidden> address@hidden
> URL:   <http://clivac.geog.ucsb.edu/> http://clivac.geog.ucsb.edu/
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> |=====================================================*
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=Dennis Heimbigner
  Unidata


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: EUL-543137
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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