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Version Information Line

In the
Intel® MKL
Verbose mode, the first call to a verbose-enabled function prints a version information line. The line begins with the
MKL_VERBOSE
character string and uses spaces as delimiters. The format of the rest of the line may change in a future release.
The following table lists information contained in a version information line and provides available links for more information:
Information
Description
Related Links
Intel® MKL
version.
This information is separated by a comma from the rest of the line.
Operating system.
Possible values:
  • Lnx
    for Linux* OS
  • Win
    for Windows* OS
  • OSX
    for macOS*
The host CPU frequency.
Intel® MKL
interface layer used by the application.
Possible values:
  • stdcall
    or
    cdecl
  • lp64
    or
    ilp64
    on systems based on the Intel® 64 architecture.
Intel® MKL
threading layer used by the application.
Possible values:
intel_thread
,
tbb_thread,
pgi_thread
, or
sequential
.
The following is an example of a version information line:
MKL_VERBOSE Intel(R) MKL 11.2 Beta build 20131126 for Intel(R) 64 architecture Intel(R) Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel(R) AVX) Enabled Processor,
Win
3.10GHz lp64 intel_thread

Product and Performance Information

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