[SciPy-User] scipy 64bit cannot handle very large matrix (integer overflow)

Pauli Virtanen pav@iki...
Tue Jan 29 11:46:14 CST 2013


29.01.2013 05:47, ICool kirjoitti:
> I am using arpack package for a eigen problem.  The matrix is very
> sparse but also very big.  The dimension is even out of the UINT32
> range.  I use shift-invert to find the minimal eigenvals and associated
> eigenvalues. The code crashes and returns the follow error message:
>  
> I found that '1434729898' is a UINT32 number overflowed
> from '5729697194'.  Looking at the code, it seems that the error is from
> the Fortran function 'gmresrevcom', where it is still using 32-bit
> integer as the input parameter. I am using 64bit python.  Why is the
> Fortran function 32bit?  Will it be a general issue for other Fortran
> functions?  Is there anyway to fix it?

Fortran integers are usually 32-bit. Fixing this issue would then
require changes in the Fortran code.

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Pauli Virtanen



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