Using -march=native made the binaries depend on the build system's CPU, and those binaries could crash on older machines. This was breaking the Mac binaries. It also meant that the binaries would differ between different build machines. This was causing the differences in the x86-64-linux builds. I've tested with both serial and parallel build, and results are now identical, so parallel make was never the issue.
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