Intel® Cluster Checker

How to Complete Certification on Heterogenous Clusters with Intel® Cluster Checker 3.0.1

Describes steps to complete Intel® Cluster Ready Certification using Intel® Cluster Checker v3.0.1 on a heterogeneous cluster.
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  • How to Use Intel® Cluster Checker v3 When the Cluster Head Node Has an Intel® Xeon Phi Coprocessor Installed

    In case your cluster uses a head node with one or more Intel® Xeon PhiTM coprocessors a couple more step have to be taken in order to collect all information.

    First of all execute the clck-collect command using your configuration file and node list.

    clck-collect -a -c <your configuration file> -f <your node list>

    Then create a second node list containing just the name of the head node, without any additional "role:" tag.

    Now you can collect the additional information by executing

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  • How to use the Intel® Cluster Checker v3 SDK with gcc5

    When compiling connector extensions in the Intel® Cluster Checker v3 SDK it is recommended to use an Intel compiler version 15.0 or newer and a gcc/g++ compiler version 4.9.0 or newer, as described in the Intel® Cluster Checker developer's Guide. This explicitly includes gcc version 5.1.0 and newer as well.
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