elpa_deallocate - Man Page

deallocate an instance of the ELPA library after usage


Fortran Interface

use elpa
class(elpa_t), pointer :: elpa

call elpa_deallocate (class(elpa_t) elpa, integer error)

With the definitions of the input and output variables:

class(elpa_t)     :: elpa  ! the pointer to the instance of the ELPA library which should be deallocated
integer, optional :: error ! the returned error code

C Interface

#include <elpa/elpa.h>
elpa_t handle;

void elpa_deallocate(elpa_t handle, int *error^);

With the definitions of the input and output variables:

elpa_t handle; // the handle to the ELPA instance which should be deallocated.
int *error;    // the returned error code


Deallocate an ELPA object. The functions elpa_init(3) and elpa_allocate(3) must have been called BEFORE elpa_deallocate can be called.

See Also

elpa2_print_kernels(1) elpa_init(3) elpa_allocate(3) elpa_set(3) elpa_setup(3) elpa_strerr(3) elpa_eigenvalues(3) elpa_eigenvectors(3) elpa_cholesky(3) elpa_invert_triangular(3) elpa_solve_tridiagonal(3) elpa_hermitian_multiply(3) elpa_uninit(3)

Referenced By

elpa2_print_kernels(1), elpa_allocate(3), elpa_cholesky(3), elpa_eigenvalues(3), elpa_eigenvectors(3), elpa_generalized_eigenvalues(3), elpa_generalized_eigenvectors(3), elpa_hermitian_multiply(3), elpa_init(3), elpa_invert_triangular(3), elpa_set(3), elpa_setup(3), elpa_skew_eigenvalues(3), elpa_skew_eigenvectors(3), elpa_solve_tridiagonal(3), elpa_uninit(3).

Sat Jun 3 2017 ELPA