[Beowulf] Compiling HPL
kball at pathscale.com
Mon Apr 4 09:56:51 PDT 2005
It looks like you might have a typo in your includes:
/usr/local/lam-7.1.1/share/include should be
Without that, gcc thinks /usr/local/lam-7.1.1/share/include is a source
file, and as it stated you cannot use -o with -c and multiple source
For future reference, the way that hpl runs its make system is as
1) You make a Make.arch file that specifies details for your
architecture/setup/etc. This is your Make.Linux_PII_CBLAS. This file
goes in the top level.
2) When you run 'make arch=Linux_PII_CBLAS', they create a subdirectory
for Linux_PII_CBLAS in every src directory.
3) In that directory, they create a symbolic link Make.inc to your
4) Into that directory they copy the appropriate make file from
hpl/makes (e.g. hpl/makes/make.auxil). Each of these make files has an
'include Make.inc' in it.
5) They run make from these directories.
Thus they are actually running make from a subdirectory of each of the
src dirs. This is why the include paths are so often referencing many
directories above, and why you were seeing references to
Don't worry about having screwed things up by copying over that file;
its recopied each time anyway. Just be careful not to get rid of the
files in hpl/makes.
Hope this helps!
On Mon, 2005-04-04 at 06:46, jack at crepinc.com wrote:
> Hello again,
> I did what you said and went through the Makefile and fixed the paths.
> (I don't know why I didn't think to do that). Then, I got another error
> message of the same sort, basically saying the /home/jack/hpl....blah
> was messed up. I took that to mean that the paths were still wrong. It
> referenced ./src/auxil/Linux_PII_CBLAS/Makefile, so I copyed my normal
> makefile (/usr/local/hpl/Make.Linux_PII_CBLAS) to that file. Then, when
> I tryed to recompile, I get this:
> make: Entering directory `/usr/local/hpl/src/auxil/Linux_PII_CBLAS'
> /usr/bin/gcc -o HPL_dlacpy.o -c -DHPL_CALL_CBLAS
> -I/usr/local/hpl/include -I/usr/local/hpl/include/Linux_PII_CBLAS
> /usr/local/lam-7.1.1/share/include -fomit-frame-pointer -O3
> -funroll-loops ../HPL_dlacpy.c
> gcc: cannot specify -o with -c or -S and multiple compilations
> Have I royally screwed everything up?
> Thanks a lot,
> -Jack Carrozzo
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