Loading Modules for Intel Compilers and Libraries

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Last Updated: September 18, 2018

As an alternative software stack, we also provide the Intel Developer Toolchain (Intel Parallel Studio 2018 - Cluster Edition). To do this, simply load the following modules:

module load intel/compiler/64/2019/19.0.0  

module load intel/mkl/64/2019/19.0.0  

To use the Intel MPI, users should load the following module:

module load intel/mpi/64/2019/19.0.0  

NOTE: Users should load the MKL and Intel MPI modules in their PBS job scripts at runtime (discussed below).

Users can use the which command to verify that their paths are correct.

Intel MPI has two sets of wrappers - one for the Intel compilers and another set for the GCC compilers. The wrappers for the Intel compilers are:

mpiicc - if using the Intel C compiler

mpiicpc - if using the Intel C++ compiler

mpiifort - if using the Intel Fortran compiler

More documentation about Intel MPI can be found here: https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-mpi-library/documentation

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