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I am using a no-longer-supported version of Intel version 16, and our original license was for the "lowest-end" compiler because the project did not expect to use parallelization. I did find compilervars. The mpiifort heh, I tried both spellings command is still not recognized. Given the license that I am currently using, would further efforts be worthwhile? The need at the moment is to improve performance by about a factor of 6, and we have a machine with several times that many CPUs at our disposal. I know that the budget is limited, but perhaps an institutional purchase can be made.
Based on what factors might she be making a "buy" decision rather than reverting to gfortran, which the prior developer was using? As Tim P. Unless you are using intel specific libraries, the code should compile without any problems. About buying a MPI-supported license, it all boils down to money-vs-time. Sure intel-mpi might give you speed up over openmpi-gfortran, but by what factor! All these you have to consider. I would love to hear what others have to say. If anyone from Intel would like to send me a quote for a single-user license with full MPI support, I'm "all eyes".
I think my email address is in my profile. I never understood why Intel MPI was an extra-cost option, but it is.
You can buy it separately if you want. I don't think anyone here can "send you a quote". If your organization has an Intel sales rep assigned, ping her or him. I installed the updated beta release of ifort 19, which has MPI support among other features. Not surprised, but 'mpiifort' is not recognized "out of the box". What's a good resource on activating MPI support, e. I think you're mistaken that ifort 19 "includes MPI support". It includes the MPI run-time library to support coarrays, but not what you need to put MPI calls into your program or use mpifort.
So any links to information about Intel's MPI run-time library, as well as program and compilation requirements would be most appreciated. Likewise, if you build an open source MPI correctly, it will not be present on default paths. I would highly appreciate any help. I am running it on ubuntu. Reply Quote. Hi, I think, although OpenMPI have been already installed, but the address might not be set in the environment. I suggest you to do the following: 1- Set MPI-parallel mode in false mode and check how your program works with single core. The best, Arman Reply Quote.
I got the same message after typing "mpirun --version". What do I do next?
I have also followed your pdf instructions but did not get what to do after the installation. However, I did type it and getting a syntax error. Any suggestions?
I guess, I found the step you missed.