'distributed' (-coarray) warning for Cluster Studio install

'distributed' (-coarray) warning for Cluster Studio install

When I try to compile a Fortran coarrays program using ifort -coarray=distributed, I get the message:

ifort: warning #10341: argument 'distributed' is not supported for option '-coarray'.  Use requires the Intel(R) Cluster Toolkit

However, I have just installed an evaluation copy of Intel Cluster Studio 2013, and I am using the ifort from this installation.

The details of my installation are:

Package ID: l_ics_p_2013.1.039
Package Contents:
    Intel(R) Cluster Studio XE 2013 SP1 for Linux* OS
    Intel(R) MPI Library, Development Kit 4.1 Update 1
    Intel(R) Trace Analyzer and Collector 8.1 Update 3
    Intel(R) Fortran Compiler XE 14.0
    Intel(R) C++ Compiler XE 14.0
    Intel(R) Debugger 13.0
    Intel(R) Math Kernel Library 11.1
    Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives 8.0 Update 1
    Intel(R) Threading Building Blocks 4.2
    GNU* GDB 7.5
    Intel(R) VTune(TM) Amplifier XE 2013 Update 12
    Intel(R) Inspector XE 2013 Update 7
    Intel(R) Advisor XE 2013 Update 4
    Intel(R) MPI Benchmarks 3.2.4

During the installation, I did not install VTune, Inspector, Advisor, or Debugger. Are any of these necessary for it to detect this as a valid "Cluster Toolkit" install, or is there something else I need to do?

Thanks for your help.


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You would require the intel mpi component of cluster studio. You may need to set up mpi environment after compiler as I noticed mine got library search order wrong.

It should work - it's only doing a license check. I will ask the appropriate experts to look into this. Did you install using a license file? It may be that if you just did the 30-day evaluation directly from the installer that the compiler check doesn't work (this is just a guess.) If you register the serial number at the Intel Registration Center you can ask that a license file be emailed to you. You would then copy this to /opt/intel/licenses

Retired 12/31/2016

I forgot to add the evaluation license file that was emailed to me when I downloaded the software into opt/intel/license. That looks to fixed the issue. Thanks.

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