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| description = '''Intel® Professional Edition Compilers''' include advanced optimization features, multithreading capabilities, and support for Intel® processors and compatible processors. They also provide highly optimized performance libraries for creating multithreaded applications.
 
| description = '''Intel® Professional Edition Compilers''' include advanced optimization features, multithreading capabilities, and support for Intel® processors and compatible processors. They also provide highly optimized performance libraries for creating multithreaded applications.
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| logo = [[Image:intel-logo.png]]
 
| developer              = Intel
 
| developer              = Intel
| available on      = [[NEC Nehalem Cluster]]
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| category                  = [[:Category:Compiler | Compiler]]
 
| category                  = [[:Category:Compiler | Compiler]]
 
| license                =Commercial
 
| license                =Commercial
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{{Command|command =
 
{{Command|command =
 
module load compiler/intel
 
module load compiler/intel
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Do not use the <tt>-xHost</tt> option as the frontend nodes are a different architecture than the compute nodes and you will lose performance!
 
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Latest revision as of 20:40, 18 August 2021

Intel® Professional Edition Compilers include advanced optimization features, multithreading capabilities, and support for Intel® processors and compatible processors. They also provide highly optimized performance libraries for creating multithreaded applications.
Intel-logo.png
Developer: Intel
Platforms:
Category: Compiler
License: Commercial
Website: Intel® Compilers homepage


Usage

Intel compilers (icc, icpc, ifort) are available through modules

module load compiler/intel


Warning: Do not use the -xHost option as the frontend nodes are a different architecture than the compute nodes and you will lose performance!


See also

External links