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Setting the Environment Variables for Threading Control

To set the environment variables used for threading control, in the command shell in which the program is going to run, enter
:
set
<VARIABLE NAME>
=
<value>
For example:
set MKL_NUM_THREADS=4
set MKL_DOMAIN_NUM_THREADS="MKL_DOMAIN_ALL=1, MKL_DOMAIN_BLAS=4"
set MKL_DYNAMIC=FALSE
set MKL_NUM_STRIPES=4
Some shells require the variable and its value to be exported:
export
<VARIABLE NAME>
=
<value>
For example:
export MKL_NUM_THREADS=4
export MKL_DOMAIN_NUM_THREADS="MKL_DOMAIN_ALL=1, MKL_DOMAIN_BLAS=4"
export MKL_DYNAMIC=FALSE
export MKL_NUM_STRIPES=4
You can alternatively assign values to the environment variables using Microsoft Windows* OS Control Panel.

Product and Performance Information

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