Starting with 2017 update 2 of Intel Parallel Studio XE, Intel VTune Amplifier XE, Intel® Advisor and Intel® Inspector, any developer with a currently supported license will be able to use the tools on all supported operating systems. The default download will remain the same, but additional operating systems will be available for optional download from the Intel Registration Center.
The following issues can cause slow license checkouts and result in longer compile times:
- Old license server information or license files. Check the following places for invalid licenses and delete any found:
- INTEL_LICENSE_FILE environment variable - make sure port@host is correct and any folders specified do not contain invalid license files.
- For Linux: /opt/intel/licenses
- For Windows: [Program Files]\Common Files\Intel\Licenses
There is a delay of ~25 seconds when a floating license is checked out.
Linux* RHEL/CentOS* v7.2
There is a bug in Red Hat 7.2 which adds a 25 second timeout to a library call used to checkout a floating license when IPv6 is disabled. Bug is described here.
The following gives checksums and file sizes for files included in Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2017 Composer, Professional, and Cluster Editions. The checksums are created using the cksum utility which is based on the ISO/IEC 8802-3:1996 standard (Ethernet). For more information please see one of the following web sites: