### Stalling LAPACK tests

Posted:

**Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:20 pm**Hi !

I have been trying to get the LAPACK Tests to run on my machine, but am not getting consistent results. The Real Lapack Linear Equation routines tests are not completing in a predictable way ... sometimes the tests complete, other times the test appears hung [but with CPU at full throttle].

This is the Test: ---

Testing REAL LAPACK linear equation routines

./xlintsts < stest.in #> stest.out 2>&1

Tests of the REAL LAPACK routines

----

and this is where the test stalls:---

M = 5, N = 50, type 2, test 6, ratio = 0.88853E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 2, ratio = 0.10829E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 3, ratio = 0.71292E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 5, ratio = 0.22219E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 6, ratio = 0.92624E+06

M = 10, N = 50, type 1, test 3, ratio = 0.33554E+06

M = 10, N = 50, type 1, test 6, ratio = 0.33554E+06

----

Any reason for this which I may have overlooked?

I am running this on a 64-bit Dual Opteron.

Lemme know if some more info is needed.

Regards,

Vaibhav

I have been trying to get the LAPACK Tests to run on my machine, but am not getting consistent results. The Real Lapack Linear Equation routines tests are not completing in a predictable way ... sometimes the tests complete, other times the test appears hung [but with CPU at full throttle].

This is the Test: ---

Testing REAL LAPACK linear equation routines

./xlintsts < stest.in #> stest.out 2>&1

Tests of the REAL LAPACK routines

----

and this is where the test stalls:---

M = 5, N = 50, type 2, test 6, ratio = 0.88853E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 2, ratio = 0.10829E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 3, ratio = 0.71292E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 5, ratio = 0.22219E+06

M = 5, N = 50, type 3, test 6, ratio = 0.92624E+06

M = 10, N = 50, type 1, test 3, ratio = 0.33554E+06

M = 10, N = 50, type 1, test 6, ratio = 0.33554E+06

----

Any reason for this which I may have overlooked?

I am running this on a 64-bit Dual Opteron.

Lemme know if some more info is needed.

Regards,

Vaibhav