I am trying to build MAGMA 1.3 on Mac OS X Mountain Lion. I am using the make.inc.macos that is included. First, notice this in your output: warning: ignoring file./lib/libmagmablas.a, file was built for archive which is not the architecture being linked (x86_64) So it looks like you didn't compile all of MAGMA as 64-bit. If you are compiling in the same directory where you previously used -m32, then you need to 'make clean' and then 'make'.
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Second, there are some problems with Mac OS X 64-bit veclib. It's really a prototype problem. A few single-precision functions we expect to return a float, but in 64-bit veclib they actually return a double. For instance, float snrm2_( const int* n, const float *x, const int* incx ); is (apparently) actually double snrm2_( const int* n, const float *x, const int* incx ); These need to be fixed in magma/include/magma_slapack.h and magma_clapack.h. Possibly other places. Core keygen download for mac.
Without this fix, some functions like sgeev, cgeev, and most of the single-precision testers will fail. This problem is not evident when compiling 32-bit, though I'm not exactly sure why not. I generally compile -m32 on MacOS to avoid the issue. -mark Posts: 829 Joined: Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:13 pm. I noticed the warning about the archive not built for x86_64, but I definitely did a 'make clean' beforehand.
There are no.a files in lib/ (actually no.o,.a,.so anywhere in the MAGMA distribution) when I start the build: Code: $ find. -name '*.o' $ find.
-name '*.so' $ find. -name '*.a' I'm not sure why it would give the warning that something was not built for x86_64. Malwarebytes for mac 10.9.5.
/linux-usb-creator-for-mac/. Is it picking up something outside MAGMA, like CUDA? I did notice CUDA includes both architectures, but they are dylib's and shouldn't be included in the archive, right? Ah, nvcc compiles 32-bit by default, while gcc compiles 64-bit by default. So the magmablas lib, which contains nvcc objects, is 32-bit. The solution is to explicitly put -m64 in NVOPTS and re-compile the magmablas directory. I would put it in all the OPTS for clarity. Code: src/magma-1.3.0-updated> otool -hv lib/libmagma.a Archive: lib/libmagma.a lib/libmagma.a(zpanel_to_q.o): Mach header magic cputype cpusubtype caps filetype ncmds sizeofcmds flags MH_MAGIC_64 X86_64 ALL 0x00 OBJECT 3 336 SUBSECTIONS_VIA_SYMBOLS.
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Src/magma-1.3.0-updated> otool -hv lib/libmagmablas.a Archive: lib/libmagmablas.a lib/libmagmablas.a(zauxiliary.cu_o): Mach header magic cputype cpusubtype caps filetype ncmds sizeofcmds flags MH_MAGIC I386 ALL 0x00 OBJECT 3 772 SUBSECTIONS_VIA_SYMBOLS. AFTER RE-COMPILING USING -m64: magma-1.3.0-updated> otool -hv lib/libmagmablas.a Archive: lib/libmagmablas.a lib/libmagmablas.a(zauxiliary.cu_o): Mach header magic cputype cpusubtype caps filetype ncmds sizeofcmds flags MH_MAGIC_64 X86_64 ALL 0x00 OBJECT 3 816 SUBSECTIONS_VIA_SYMBOLS. The 'no symbols' warnings are normal. Some files get compiled on only some architectures, elsewhere the entire contents are #ifdef'd out. -mark Posts: 829 Joined: Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:13 pm. Specifying -m64 explicitly is getting me through the build, once I updated my gfortran compiler (which also fixed the problem I was having with the 32-bit build). As a note to any others trying to build on Mac OS X Mountain Lion, I had to install an updated gfortran compiler to get past an 'ld: library not found for -lgcc' error when linking objects produced by gfortran, even though I had the most current version of Xcode.
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I used the one here: Also, the 32-bit build's tests are now working! But, of course, I need the 64-bit build and it's tests are not working. I haven't made the changes to the prototypes to match the veclib that you suggested before because I couldn't find snrm2_ that you mentioned was in magma_slapack.h/magma_clapack. I do see: Code: include$ grep snrm2 *.h cblas.h:float cblas_snrm2(const int N, const float *X, const int incX); This seems to match the veclib documentation: Code: float cblas_snrm2 ( const int N, const float *X, const int incX ); at the Apple docs: What needs to change? Currently, I get output like: Code: testing$./testing_sgetrf -c -l MAGMA 1.3.0 device 0: GeForce GT 330M, 1100.0 MHz clock, 255.7 MB memory, capability 1.2 Usage:./testing_sgetrf -N -c -c2 -l -N can be repeated up to 10 times.
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