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==Module File==
 
==Module File==
Rather than sourcing the scripts as mentioned below, you can load a pre-configured [[Modules | GNU Module]] file to the same end. You can run the following on RHEL6+/Ubuntu hosts to prepare your environment for either C/C++ or Fortran compilation:
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Rather than sourcing the scripts as mentioned below, you can load a pre-configured [[Modules | GNU Module]] file to the same end. You can run the following on RHEL7+/Ubuntu hosts to prepare your environment for either C/C++ or Fortran compilation:
  
 
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     module load intel/2020.1
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To use a version you need to source the <code>bin/iccvars.csh</code> for tcsh/csh users or <code>bin/iccvars.sh</code> for bash users.  Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is <code>ia32</code> and for 64bit that is <code>intel64</code>.
 
To use a version you need to source the <code>bin/iccvars.csh</code> for tcsh/csh users or <code>bin/iccvars.sh</code> for bash users.  Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is <code>ia32</code> and for 64bit that is <code>intel64</code>.
  
Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL6+ host:
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Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL7+ host:
  
 
   source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/iccvars.csh intel64
 
   source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/iccvars.csh intel64
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To use a version you need to source the <code>bin/ifortvars.csh</code> for tcsh/csh users or <code>bin/ifortvars.sh</code> for bash users.  Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is <code>ia32</code> and for 64bit that is <code>intel64</code>.
 
To use a version you need to source the <code>bin/ifortvars.csh</code> for tcsh/csh users or <code>bin/ifortvars.sh</code> for bash users.  Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is <code>ia32</code> and for 64bit that is <code>intel64</code>.
  
Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL6+ host:
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Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL7+ host:
  
 
   source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/ifortvars.csh intel64
 
   source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/ifortvars.csh intel64
  
 
You can then use the '''ifort''' command to compile with the Intel Fortran Compiler.
 
You can then use the '''ifort''' command to compile with the Intel Fortran Compiler.

Latest revision as of 19:13, 20 October 2020


On any RedHat host we have support for using the new Intel® C/C++ Composer XE for Linux and Intel® Fortran Composer XE for Linux and some of the older version of the C/C++ and Fortan compilers that were shipped by Intel.

To setup your environment you will need to either load a GNU Module file or source some config files depending on your shell and architecture.

Module File

Rather than sourcing the scripts as mentioned below, you can load a pre-configured GNU Module file to the same end. You can run the following on RHEL7+/Ubuntu hosts to prepare your environment for either C/C++ or Fortran compilation:

   module load intel/2020.1

C/C++

Intel C/C++ Versions
Version RHEL7+/Ubuntu Path
10.0.026 /opt/common/intel/cc/10.0.026
11.1 /opt/common/intel/Compiler/11.1/current
2011.1 /opt/common/intel/composerxe-2011
13.1.1 /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106

To use a version you need to source the bin/iccvars.csh for tcsh/csh users or bin/iccvars.sh for bash users. Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is ia32 and for 64bit that is intel64.

Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL7+ host:

  source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/iccvars.csh intel64

You can then use the icpc to compile with the Intel C++ Compiler or icc to compile with the Intel C Compiler.

Fortran

Intel Fortran Versions
Version RHEL7+/Ubuntu Path
10.0.026 /opt/common/intel/fc/10.0.026
11.1 /opt/common/intel/Compiler/11.1/current
2011.1 /opt/common/intel/composerxe-2011
13.1.1 /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106

To use a version you need to source the bin/ifortvars.csh for tcsh/csh users or bin/ifortvars.sh for bash users. Additionally you need to specify the architecture on the command line when sourcing. For 32bit users that is ia32 and for 64bit that is intel64.

Example for a tcsh/csh user using the 64bit 13.1.1 version of the compiler on a RHEL7+ host:

  source /opt/common/intel/composer_xe_2013_sp1.1.106/bin/ifortvars.csh intel64

You can then use the ifort command to compile with the Intel Fortran Compiler.