• 2019 Update 7
  • 03/31/2020


Intel® MPI Library Developer Guide for Linux* OS
Intel® MPI Library Developer Guide
explains how to use the Intel® MPI Library in some common usage scenarios. It provides information regarding compiling, running, debugging, tuning, and analyzing MPI applications, as well as troubleshooting information.
Developer Guide
helps a user familiar with the message passing interface start using the Intel® MPI Library. For full information, see the
Intel® MPI Library Developer Reference
Document Organization
Section 1.
Introduces this document and Intel® MPI Library.
Describes the installation process and lists the prerequisite steps required to start working with the Intel MPI Library.
Gives instructions about how to compile and link MPI applications with the Intel MPI Library.
Describes the steps for running MPI applications in different modes.
Section 5.
Explains how to start an application under a debugger.
Gives instructions on using the built-in statistics gathering mechanisms and other analyzing tools.
Section 7.
Provides general troubleshooting procedures.
Gives information about Multiple Endpoints support and Asynchronous Progress Control features.
Section 9.
Code Examples
Provides code examples.

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