Will rosetta default and mpi compilations coexists in the same directory tree?
I usually test flags with rosetta default to check things before launch the mpi process. However, I’ve experienced some weird behaviors after installing the last version 2014.35. Looks like something stupid but it’s worth to check.
Yes, the scons build command separates out different “extras” builds into different subdirectories under build/, so you can have both an MPI and a “default” Rosetta living in the same directory. The one issue would be the two-part name in the bin/ directory (e.g. relax.linuxgccrelease versus relax.default.linuxgccrelease or relax.mpi.linuxgccrelease) – that corresponds to the last compile you’ve done, so an MPI compile will overwrite the default compile. If you use the three-part names, though, you’ll be explicit about which version you want to use.