[Opm] Greetings & compile questions

Richard Huntrods huntrods at athabascau.ca
Wed Jul 13 17:20:14 UTC 2016


Thank you for the reply.

However, the keywords I've reported do work perfectly in Flow compiled 
on Ubuntu 14.04. They don't work on the same code compiled in the same 
way on Ubuntu 16.04.

My suspicion is that a dependency library is either missing or changed. 
This causes some component of Flow to compile improperly, or not be 
compiled at all, and this results in the keywords not being recognized. 
I don't see any fatal compile errors in my logs so I suspect a component 
has not been compiled for some reason. At the moment, I just don't know 
which one or why.

However,  I suspect libtool may be involved. Compiling under Ubuntu 
16.04, Cmake reports "libtool is not present" in every module (in my 
logs). I have confirmed that both libtool and libtool-bin have been 
correctly installed. I suspect something has moved between Ubuntu 14.04 
and 16.04 and the location in the cmake text files needs to be updated. 
I'm still checking this out.


-Richard Huntrods, P.Eng.

On 7/13/2016 10:04 AM, Kai Bao wrote:
> If your problem looks like the thing discussed in the following link,
> https://github.com/OPM/opm-parser/issues/876
> I was also suprised when I first time saw these messages.
> You can take a look at this Pull Request.
> https://github.com/OPM/opm-simulators/pull/756
> I do not think it is something related to Ubuntu 16.04. It is that OPM decided that to output all the keywords are not used in the simulation through the above PR.
> Nothing is changed in the simulation side though.
> Hope it helps your quesiton.
> Best,
> Kai
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> Subject: [Opm] Greetings & compile questions
> Greetings!
> My name is Richard Huntrods, currently on Vancouver Island Canada. My
> background is in Chemical Engineering (B.Sc. & M.Eng.). I spent 5+ years
> in the 1980's writing reservoir simulators for a few companies in
> Alberta, Canada. Since then I moved into consulting, then full-time
> teaching. I'm currently teaching Computer Science at Athabasca
> University - a distance education university in Alberta.
> I have always been interested in reservoir simulation, and recently have
> begun compiling and using the FLOW simulator from the OPM project.
> I have successfully compiled and used the OPM suite on Ubuntu 14.04 as
> per the build guidelines. I also have kept detailed notes of my process,
> from starting VirtualBox on a Windows 7 PC through installing Ubuntu
> 14.04 and then obtaining and building the OPM sources. I also wrote a
> few shell scripts to help automate the process and have confirmed it a
> few times with clean builds.
> I would be willing to share my documents and scripts if desired.
> I'm now in the process of building OPM from source on Ubuntu 16.04. I
> *almost* works. With a few minor changes required in dependency
> packages, I have been able to get all the sources  compiled and running.
> However, there's a problem with FLOW - it won't recognize many of the
> output keywords such as ECHO, NOECHO, RPTSCHED from the SPE test cases,
> and many more in the Norne test case. I am sure it's a missing
> dependency in the Eclipse input code, but have not yet isolated it.
> I am wondering who is currently working on compiling under Ubuntu 16.04
> and whether or not they would be willing to share any tips and problems
> they may already have seen and diagnosed. I'd be very willing to
> contribute to this process.
> Thanks in advance, and again welcome to everyone.
> -Richard Huntrods, P.Eng.
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