Intel Parallel Studio XE
Intel Parallel Studio (IPS) XE provides a comprehensive suite of tools that enables developers to boost High Performance Computing (HPC) application performance and reliability. It combines Intel’s proven cluster tools with Intel’s advanced threading/memory correctness analysis and performance profiling tools to enable scaling application development for HPC cluster systems.
- Linux Workstation/PC
Intel Parallel Studio XE requires the following module file to run:
- See Modules for more information.
Compiling with IPS on CIRCE/SC
- After adding the module listed above, you can reference any of the compilers (both single-core and MPI-based) in:
Intel Parallel Studio XE Workstation Installation
If you want to use the Intel compilers from your Linux workstation, then you should follow the instructions below. This allows you to run the compilers on your own computer instead of having to log into one of our clusters. The binary generated should work without modification on the cluster. If you are a researcher at USF, please request the license information through the [IntelCS#ReportingBugs | email link below ]
- If you have a previous version of the Intel Compilers installed, you will still need to do a complete new install. It is suggested that you move the current install directory to a back up directory to save any local modifications. These modifications will have to be performed manually on the new directory.
- Download the .tgz file from the following link:
- The tarfile unpacks the files into the current directory, so it is suggested that you make a separate directory for instance, /usr/local/src/intel/
- Move the tarfile to the directory that you created in step 3 and unpack it with the command:
- tar -zxvf parallel_studio_xe_2019_update1.tgz
- Follow the Installation and licensing guides listed below.
Home Page, User Guides, and Manuals
- Intel Parallel Studio XE Home Page
Benchmarks, Known Tests, Examples, Tutorials, and Other Resources
- Intel Licensing Guide
Report bugs with Intel Parallel Studio XE to the IT Help Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org