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Charge density problem while running vasp

Postby pramanikanup » Fri Aug 04, 2017 7:45 am

While installing vasp 4.6.28 on Fedora 25 I am getting an issue as

"./preprocess <base.F | /usr/bin/cpp -P -traditional >base.f90 -DMPI -DHOST=\"LinuxIFC\" -DIFC
-Dkind8 -DNGZhalf -DCACHE_SIZE=4000 -DPGF90 -Davoidalloc -DMPI_BLOCK=500
mpiifort -FR -lowercase -g -O2
-I/opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2017.2.174/linux/mkl/include/fftw -c base.f90
ifort: command line remark #10148: option '-lowercase' not supported"

and after compilation when I am running vasp 4.6.28, I am getting the following problem

running on 1 nodes
distr: one band on 1 nodes, 1 groups
vasp.4.6.28 25Jul05 complex
POSCAR found : 1 types and 2 ions
LDA part: xc-table for Pade appr. of Perdew
POSCAR, INCAR and KPOINTS ok, starting setup
WARNING: wrap around errors must be expected
FFT: planning ... 1
reading WAVECAR
entering main loop
N E dE d eps ncg rms rms(c)
DAV: 1 0.105393929176E+02 0.10539E+02 -0.50742E+03 104 0.597E+02
DAV: 2 -0.288619140983E+02 -0.39401E+02 -0.38096E+02 128 0.130E+02
DAV: 3 -0.335226663639E+02 -0.46608E+01 -0.46608E+01 104 0.456E+01
DAV: 4 -0.335852208794E+02 -0.62555E-01 -0.62555E-01 112 0.584E+00
DAV: 5 -0.335856246996E+02 -0.40382E-03 -0.40382E-03 96 0.570E-01BRMIX: very serious problems
the old and the new charge density differ
old charge density: 11.02655 new 14.51626
0.199E+01
DAV: 6 -0.263588034429E+02 0.72268E+01 -0.11289E+00 96 0.766E+00BRMIX: very serious problems
the old and the new charge density differ
old charge density: 15.34470 new 14.56592
0.142E+01
DAV: 7 -0.365913787441E+02 -0.10233E+02 -0.10240E+00 64 0.759E+00BRMIX: very serious problems
the old and the new charge density differ
old charge density: 15.05271 new 14.58627
0.134E+01
DAV: 8 -0.412964383597E+02 -0.47051E+01 -0.16139E-01 120 0.320E+00BRMIX: very serious problems
the old and the new charge density differ
old charge density: 15.16649 new 14.59201
0.134E+01
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Can anybody help me to solve this out ?

I am attaching the Makefiles for both vasp.4.lib and vasp.4.6 below.

With best regards.

Vasp.4.lib Makefile

.SUFFIXES: .inc .f .F
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Makefile for Portland Group F90/HPF compiler
# the makefile was tested only under Linux on Intel platforms
# however it might work on other platforms as well
#
# this release of vasp.4.lib contains lapack v2.0
# this can be compiled with pgf90 compiler if the option -O1 is used
#
# Mind: one user reported that he had to copy preclib.F diolib.F
# dlexlib.F and drdatab.F to the directory vasp.4.4, compile the files
# there and link them directly into vasp
# for no obvious reason these files could not be linked from the library
#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

# C-preprocessor
CPP = gcc -E -P -C $*.F >$*.f
FC=ifort

CFLAGS = -O
FFLAGS = -O0 -FI
FREE = -FR

DOBJ = preclib.o timing_.o derrf_.o dclock_.o diolib.o dlexlib.o drdatab.o


#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# general rules
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

libdmy.a: $(DOBJ) lapack_double.o linpack_double.o lapack_atlas.o
-rm libdmy.a
ar vq libdmy.a $(DOBJ)

# files which do not require autodouble
lapack_min.o: lapack_min.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c lapack_min.f
lapack_double.o: lapack_double.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c lapack_double.f
lapack_single.o: lapack_single.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c lapack_single.f
lapack_atlas.o: lapack_atlas.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c lapack_atlas.f
linpack_double.o: linpack_double.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c linpack_double.f
linpack_single.o: linpack_single.f
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(NOFREE) -c linpack_single.f

.c.o:
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $*.c
.F.o:
$(CPP)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(FREE) $(INCS) -c $*.f
.F.f:
$(CPP)
.f.o:
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(FREE) $(INCS) -c $*.f


vasp.4.6 Makefile

.SUFFIXES: .inc .f .f90 .F
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Makefile for Intel Fortran compiler for P4 systems
#
# The makefile was tested only under Linux on Intel platforms
# (Suse 5.3- Suse 9.0)
# the followin compiler versions have been tested
# 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 and 7.1 (some 8.0 versions seem to fail compiling the code)
# presently we recommend version 7.1 or 7.0, since these
# releases have been used to compile the present code versions
#
# it might be required to change some of library pathes, since
# LINUX installation vary a lot
# Hence check ***ALL**** options in this makefile very carefully
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# BLAS must be installed on the machine
# there are several options:
# 1) very slow but works:
# retrieve the lapackage from ftp.netlib.org
# and compile the blas routines (BLAS/SRC directory)
# please use g77 or f77 for the compilation. When I tried to
# use pgf77 or pgf90 for BLAS, VASP hang up when calling
# ZHEEV (however this was with lapack 1.1 now I use lapack 2.0)
# 2) most desirable: get an optimized BLAS
#
# the two most reliable packages around are presently:
# 3a) Intels own optimised BLAS (PIII, P4, Itanium)
# http://developer.intel.com/software/products/mkl/
# this is really excellent when you use Intel CPU's
#
# 3b) or obtain the atlas based BLAS routines
# http://math-atlas.sourceforge.net/
# you certainly need atlas on the Athlon, since the mkl
# routines are not optimal on the Athlon.
# If you want to use atlas based BLAS, check the lines around LIB=
#
# 3c) mindblowing fast SSE2 (4 GFlops on P4, 2.53 GHz)
# Kazushige Goto's BLAS
# http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/kgoto/signup_first.html
#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

# all CPP processed fortran files have the extension .f90
SUFFIX=.f90

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# fortran compiler and linker
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
#FC=ifc
# fortran linker
#FCL=$(FC)


#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# whereis CPP ?? (I need CPP, can't use gcc with proper options)
# that's the location of gcc for SUSE 5.3
#
# CPP_ = /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i486-linux/2.7.2/cpp -P -C
#
# that's probably the right line for some Red Hat distribution:
#
# CPP_ = /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/2.7.2.3/cpp -P -C
#
# SUSE X.X, maybe some Red Hat distributions:

CPP_ = ./preprocess <$*.F | /usr/bin/cpp -P -traditional >$*$(SUFFIX)

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# possible options for CPP:
# NGXhalf charge density reduced in X direction
# wNGXhalf gamma point only reduced in X direction
# avoidalloc avoid ALLOCATE if possible
# IFC work around some IFC bugs
# CACHE_SIZE 1000 for PII,PIII, 5000 for Athlon, 8000-12000 P4
# RPROMU_DGEMV use DGEMV instead of DGEMM in RPRO (depends on used BLAS)
# RACCMU_DGEMV use DGEMV instead of DGEMM in RACC (depends on used BLAS)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#CPP = $(CPP_) -DHOST=\"LinuxIFC\" \
# -Dkind8 -DNGXhalf -DCACHE_SIZE=12000 -DPGF90 -Davoidalloc \
# -DRPROMU_DGEMV -DRACCMU_DGEMV

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# general fortran flags (there must a trailing blank on this line)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

FFLAGS = -FR -lowercase

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# optimization
# we have tested whether higher optimisation improves performance
# -axK SSE1 optimization, but also generate code executable on all mach.
# xK improves performance somewhat on XP, and a is required in order
# to run the code on older Athlons as well
# -xW SSE2 optimization
# -axW SSE2 optimization, but also generate code executable on all mach.
# -tpp6 P3 optimization
# -tpp7 P4 optimization
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

OFLAG=-g -O2

OFLAG_HIGH = $(OFLAG)
OBJ_HIGH =

OBJ_NOOPT =
DEBUG = -FR -O0
INLINE = $(OFLAG)


#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# the following lines specify the position of BLAS and LAPACK
# on P4, VASP works fastest with the libgoto library
# so that's what I recommend
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

# Atlas based libraries
#ATLASHOME= $(HOME)/archives/BLAS_OPT/ATLAS/lib/Linux_P4SSE2/
#BLAS= -L$(ATLASHOME) -lf77blas -latlas

# use specific libraries (default library path might point to other libraries)
#BLAS= $(ATLASHOME)/libf77blas.a $(ATLASHOME)/libatlas.a

# use the mkl Intel libraries for p4 (http://www.intel.com)
# mkl.5.1
# set -DRPROMU_DGEMV -DRACCMU_DGEMV in the CPP lines
#BLAS=-L/opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2016.1.150/linux/mkl/lib/intel64

# mkl.5.2 requires also to -lguide library
# set -DRPROMU_DGEMV -DRACCMU_DGEMV in the CPP lines
#BLAS=-L/opt/intel/mkl/lib/32 -lmkl_p4 -lguide -lpthread

# even faster Kazushige Goto's BLAS
# http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/kgoto/signup_first.html
#BLAS= /opt/libs/libgoto/libgoto_p4_512-r0.6.so
#BLAS=/home/pranab/Downloads/Package/VASP/GotoBLAS2/libgoto2_core2-r1.13.so

# LAPACK, simplest use vasp.4.lib/lapack_double
#LAPACK= ../vasp.4.lib/lapack_double.o
#LAPACK=

# use atlas optimized part of lapack
#LAPACK= ../vasp.4.lib/lapack_atlas.o -llapack -lcblas

# use the mkl Intel lapack
#LAPACK=

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#LIB = -L../vasp.4.lib -ldmy \
../vasp.4.lib/linpack_double.o $(LAPACK) \
$(BLAS)

# options for linking (for compiler version 6.X, 7.1) nothing is required
LINK =
# compiler version 7.0 generates some vector statments which are located
# in the svml library, add the LIBPATH and the library (just in case)
#LINK = -L/opt/intel/compiler70/ia32/lib/ -lsvml

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# fft libraries:
# VASP.4.6 can use fftw.3.0.X (http://www.fftw.org)
# since this version is faster on P4 machines, we recommend to use it
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

#FFT3D = fft3dfurth.o fft3dlib.o
#FT3D = fftw3d.o fft3dlib.o /opt/libs/fftw-3.0.1/lib/libfftw3.a


#=======================================================================
# MPI section, uncomment the following lines
#
# one comment for users of mpich or lam:
# You must *not* compile mpi with g77/f77, because f77/g77
# appends *two* underscores to symbols that contain already an
# underscore (i.e. MPI_SEND becomes mpi_send__). The pgf90/ifc
# compilers however append only one underscore.
# Precompiled mpi version will also not work !!!
#
# We found that mpich.1.2.1 and lam-6.5.X to lam-7.0.4 are stable
# mpich.1.2.1 was configured with
# ./configure -prefix=/usr/local/mpich_nodvdbg -fc="pgf77 -Mx,119,0x200000" \
# -f90="pgf90 " \
# --without-romio --without-mpe -opt=-O \
#
# lam was configured with the line
# ./configure -prefix /opt/libs/lam-7.0.4 --with-cflags=-O -with-fc=ifc \
# --with-f77flags=-O --without-romio
#
# please note that you might be able to use a lam or mpich version
# compiled with f77/g77, but then you need to add the following
# options: -Msecond_underscore (compilation) and -g77libs (linking)
#
# !!! Please do not send me any queries on how to install MPI, I will
# certainly not answer them !!!!
#=======================================================================
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# fortran linker for mpi: if you use LAM and compiled it with the options
# suggested above, you can use the following line
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

FC=mpiifort
FCL=$(FC)

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# additional options for CPP in parallel version (see also above):
# NGZhalf charge density reduced in Z direction
# wNGZhalf gamma point only reduced in Z direction
# scaLAPACK use scaLAPACK (usually slower on 100 Mbit Net)
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

CPP = $(CPP_) -DMPI -DHOST=\"LinuxIFC\" -DIFC \
-Dkind8 -DNGZhalf -DCACHE_SIZE=4000 -DPGF90 -Davoidalloc \
-DMPI_BLOCK=500 \
## -DRPROMU_DGEMV -DRACCMU_DGEMV

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# location of SCALAPACK
# if you do not use SCALAPACK simply uncomment the line SCA
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

MKLROOT=/opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2017.2.174/linux/mkl
MKL_PATH=$(MKLROOT)/lib/intel64


#BLAS= -mkl=cluster
#SCA_=$(HOME)/archives/SCALAPACK/SCALAPACK
#SCA= $(SCA_)/libscalapack.a \
# $(BLACS)/LIB/blacsF77init_MPI-LINUX-0.a $(BLACS)/LIB/blacs_MPI-LINUX-0.a $(BLACS)/LIB/blacsF77init_MPI-LINUX-0.a

BLAS=-lblas
LAPACK=-llapack
SCA=/usr/lib64/mpich/lib/libscalapack.a
BLACS=/usr/lib64/mpich/lib/libmpiblacs.so

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# libraries for mpi
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

LIB = -L../vasp.4.lib -ldmy \
../vasp.4.lib/linpack_double.o $(LAPACK) \
$(SCA) $(BLAS)

# FFT: fftmpi.o with fft3dlib of Juergen Furthmueller
FFT3D = fftmpi.o fftmpi_map.o fft3dlib.o

# fftw.3.0.1 is slighly faster and should be used if available
#FFT3D = fftmpiw.o fftmpi_map.o fft3dlib.o /opt/libs/fftw-3.0.1/lib/libfftw3.a
#FFT3D = fftmpiw.o fftmpi_map.o fft3dlib.o /opt/intel/compilers_and_libraries_2016.1.150/linux/mkl/interfaces/fftw3xf/libfftw3xf_intel.a
#FFT3D= fftmpiw.o fftmpi_map.o fft3dlib.o

INCS = -I$(MKLROOT)/include/fftw
MPI_INTERFACE=libmpi_f90.a
MPI_INCLUDE=

#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# general rules and compile lines
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
BASIC= symmetry.o symlib.o lattlib.o random.o

SOURCE= base.o mpi.o smart_allocate.o xml.o \
constant.o jacobi.o main_mpi.o scala.o \
asa.o lattice.o poscar.o ini.o setex.o radial.o \
pseudo.o mgrid.o mkpoints.o wave.o wave_mpi.o $(BASIC) \
nonl.o nonlr.o dfast.o choleski2.o \
mix.o charge.o xcgrad.o xcspin.o potex1.o potex2.o \
metagga.o constrmag.o pot.o cl_shift.o force.o dos.o elf.o \
tet.o hamil.o steep.o \
chain.o dyna.o relativistic.o LDApU.o sphpro.o paw.o us.o \
ebs.o wavpre.o wavpre_noio.o broyden.o \
dynbr.o rmm-diis.o reader.o writer.o tutor.o xml_writer.o \
brent.o stufak.o fileio.o opergrid.o stepver.o \
dipol.o xclib.o chgloc.o subrot.o optreal.o davidson.o \
edtest.o electron.o shm.o pardens.o paircorrection.o \
optics.o constr_cell_relax.o stm.o finite_diff.o \
elpol.o setlocalpp.o

INC=

vasp: $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) $(INC) main.o
rm -f vasp
$(FCL) -o vasp $(LINK) main.o $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) $(LIB)
makeparam: $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) makeparam.o main.F $(INC)
$(FCL) -o makeparam $(LINK) makeparam.o $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) $(LIB)
zgemmtest: zgemmtest.o base.o random.o $(INC)
$(FCL) -o zgemmtest $(LINK) zgemmtest.o random.o base.o $(LIB)
dgemmtest: dgemmtest.o base.o random.o $(INC)
$(FCL) -o dgemmtest $(LINK) dgemmtest.o random.o base.o $(LIB)
ffttest: base.o smart_allocate.o mpi.o mgrid.o random.o ffttest.o $(FFT3D) $(INC)
$(FCL) -o ffttest $(LINK) ffttest.o mpi.o mgrid.o random.o smart_allocate.o base.o $(FFT3D) $(LIB)
kpoints: $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) makekpoints.o main.F $(INC)
$(FCL) -o kpoints $(LINK) makekpoints.o $(SOURCE) $(FFT3D) $(LIB)

clean:
-rm -f *.g *.f *.o *.L *.mod ; touch *.F

main.o: main$(SUFFIX)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS)$(DEBUG) $(INCS) -c main$(SUFFIX)
xcgrad.o: xcgrad$(SUFFIX)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(INLINE) $(INCS) -c xcgrad$(SUFFIX)
xcspin.o: xcspin$(SUFFIX)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(INLINE) $(INCS) -c xcspin$(SUFFIX)

makeparam.o: makeparam$(SUFFIX)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS)$(DEBUG) $(INCS) -c makeparam$(SUFFIX)

makeparam$(SUFFIX): makeparam.F main.F
#
# MIND: I do not have a full dependency list for the include
# and MODULES: here are only the minimal basic dependencies
# if one strucuture is changed then touch_dep must be called
# with the corresponding name of the structure
#
base.o: base.inc base.F
mgrid.o: mgrid.inc mgrid.F
constant.o: constant.inc constant.F
lattice.o: lattice.inc lattice.F
setex.o: setexm.inc setex.F
pseudo.o: pseudo.inc pseudo.F
poscar.o: poscar.inc poscar.F
mkpoints.o: mkpoints.inc mkpoints.F
wave.o: wave.inc wave.F
nonl.o: nonl.inc nonl.F
nonlr.o: nonlr.inc nonlr.F

$(OBJ_HIGH):
$(CPP)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(OFLAG_HIGH) $(INCS) -c $*$(SUFFIX)
$(OBJ_NOOPT):
$(CPP)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(INCS) -c $*$(SUFFIX)

fft3dlib_f77.o: fft3dlib_f77.F
$(CPP)
$(F77) $(FFLAGS_F77) -c $*$(SUFFIX)

.F.o:
$(CPP)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(OFLAG) $(INCS) -c $*$(SUFFIX)
.F$(SUFFIX):
$(CPP)
$(SUFFIX).o:
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) $(OFLAG) $(INCS) -c $*$(SUFFIX)

# special rules
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------
# these special rules are cummulative (that is once failed
# in one compiler version, stays in the list forever)
# -tpp5|6|7 P, PII-PIII, PIV
# -xW use SIMD (does not pay of on PII, since fft3d uses double prec)
# all other options do no affect the code performance since -O1 is used
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------

fft3dlib.o : fft3dlib.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)
fft3dfurth.o : fft3dfurth.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

radial.o : radial.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

symlib.o : symlib.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

symmetry.o : symmetry.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

dynbr.o : dynbr.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

broyden.o : broyden.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O2 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

us.o : us.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O1 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

wave.o : wave.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O0 -c $*$(SUFFIX)

LDApU.o : LDApU.F
$(CPP)
$(FC) -FR -lowercase -O2 -c $*$(SUFFIX)
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Re: Charge density problem while running vasp

Postby admin » Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:50 am

the error message looks as if you have set NELECT in INCAR or
started from an incompatible WAVECAR
please use the current version of vasp, vasp.4.6 is not supported any longer
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