Commit 54d7a7a4 authored by Philip Carns's avatar Philip Carns Committed by Shane Snyder
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remove deprecated Fortran notes

- current version of Darshan should work with the particular Intel and
  MPICH versions noted in the docs since there is no longer a problem
  with bindings using PMPI directly
parent f4939002
......@@ -555,17 +555,6 @@ You can use the `LD_PRELOAD` method described earlier in this document to
instrument executables compiled with the Intel MPI compiler scripts. This
method has been briefly tested using both GNU and Intel compilers.
Darshan is only known to work with C and C++ executables generated by the
Intel MPI suite in versions prior to the 2017 version -- Darshan will not
produce instrumentation for Fortran executables in these earlier versions (pre-2017).
For more details on this issue please check this Intel forum discussion:
=== Linux clusters using MPICH
Follow the generic instructions provided at the top of this document. For MPICH versions 3.1 and
......@@ -579,12 +568,6 @@ based on a GNU compiler. Once Darshan has been installed, it should be
capable of instrumenting executables built with GNU, Intel, and PGI
Darshan is not capable of instrumenting Fortran applications build with MPICH versions 3.1.1, 3.1.2,
or 3.1.3 due to a library symbol name compatibility issue. Consider using a newer version of
MPICH if you wish to instrument Fortran applications. Please see for more details.
MPICH versions 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, and 3.1.3 may produce link-time errors when building static
executables (i.e. using the -static option) if MPICH is built with shared library support.
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