R now uses openblas instead of the unoptimized blas bundled with R (on all architectures where openblas is supported). In the previous update, this was done by symlinking /usr/lib64/R/lib/libRblas.so to /usr/lib64/libopenblas.so.0. While this worked fine for R, it did not work for anything linking to libR.so or trying to dynload libRblas.so.
To resolve this, a new openblas subpackage (openblas-Rblas) has been added, which contains a copy of openblas built as libRblas.so (and reporting libRblas.so as its soname). R now depends on openblas-Rblas on all architectures which support openblas and on all targets new enough to build openblas (RHEL 7+, Fedora 23+). Older targets or incompatible architectures use the unoptimized Rblas.
|submitted||2 years ago|
|in testing||2 years ago|
|0||0||#1392192 segfault during normal usage|
|0||0||#1404662 libR.so doesn't contain full path of libRblas.so|
|0||0||#1404796 libRblas.so()(64bit) is needed by package R-core-3.3.2-2.el5.x86_64|
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