More fun with product, license-key/serial number, and buyer name mis-matches ...

More fun with product, license-key/serial number, and buyer name mis-matches ...

All,

Back again. Writing messages on the cave wall with chalk.

Question 1: Does the "Intel Cluster Toolkit >>Compiler<< Edition for Linux"

include the C, C++, and Fortran compilers?

Question 2: Does one have to download just one archive (tar file) to
obtain both the compilers (above) and tools (MPI, etc.)
that are part of the above package? Or do you need to down
a Toolkit tar file, a C/C++ tar file, AND a Fortran tar file?

Question 3: If I have downloaded "l_ict_p_3.2.2.013.tar", what do
I have? Just the ToolKit tools? Or both the ToolKit tools
and the compilers?

Question 4: If the above includes only the tools, and I have to go
back an down load the compilers will I need more than
a license key/serial number for the "Intel Cluster Toolkit
>>Compiler<< Edition for Linux"(which I have)? That is
will I needseparate keys for the C/C++ compiler download
andthe Fortran compiler downloads (which I also have)?

Question 5: How can I make sure the your product and customer
registration data/information for my institution is unified
under a single email address and account name. I have
a feeling things are hosed up ... and would like to fix
them.

Thanks,

Richard Walsh
HPCC CUNY, College of Staten Island

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Greetings,

How many chalks did you use ? :)

answering your questions below

1) What is included is briefed at http://software.intel.com/sites/products/collateral/hpc/cluster/ictce_brief.pdf

The Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.1 license provides access and support for
the following programs on either Microsoft Windows CCS*, Microsoft Windows HPC Server
2008* OS, or Linux:
Intel C++ Compiler 11.1
Intel Fortran Compiler 11.1
Intel MPI Library 3.2 Update 1
Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector 7.2 Update 1
Intel Math Kernel Library 10.2
Intel MPI Benchmarks 3.2
Intel Debugger 11.1 (except with Intel MPI Library for Windows applications)

2) While downloading the product, there is a link at top to see "File Description and Product notes"

The Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.2 for Linux* bundles all Intel Compilers and Intel Cluster Tools into a single package. This multi-component software toolkit contains the core libraries and tools to efficiently develop, optimize, run, and distribute parallel applications for clusters with Intel processors.

Package Applicability

This package is for cluster users who develop on and build for IA-32, Intel 64, and Intel Itanium architectures on Linux*. You must have a valid license to download, install and use this product.

Package Contents

Package ID is l_ict_p_3.2.2.013. This package contains the following components:

Intel C++ Compiler 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel Fortran Compiler 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel Debugger 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel MPI Library 3.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector 7.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel Math Kernel Library 10.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel MPI Benchmarks 3.2 for Linux*
Install and uninstall scripts for easy installation and removal of the package
Text file containing general support information
Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.2 Release Notes and User Manuals

The size of the download is 1GB.

Note: Individual product download link is provided, but they are also bundled with libraries and debugger.

Rest answers follows in next post.

Shamla

3) The tar is a bundle it includes all components in it.

4) This serial number / license file will install all the components included in the product. (one serial number for all components)

If you look at the license file all components are mentioned in there i have incl some of the components you will see in license file here

COMPONENTS=IClsTktL
COMPONENTS="MPass ........
COMPONENTS="ITrAnlL.....
COMPONENTS="ITrAnlL ..
COMPONENTS="CLMKern
COMPONENTS="DbgL FCompL
COMPONENTS="CComnpL .....

5)To check if oyou have all serial numbers unified under same account, please log onto https://registrationcenter.intel.com and look at all your products registered. If something is missing, create a new forum post and ask us to make it private thread...We can communicate with you and sync up the accounts as you prefer.

Thanks
shamla

Quoting - Shamla (Intel)

Greetings,

How many chalks did you use ? :)

answering your questions below

1) What is included is briefed at http://software.intel.com/sites/products/collateral/hpc/cluster/ictce_brief.pdf

The Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.1 license provides access and support for
the following programs on either Microsoft Windows CCS*, Microsoft Windows HPC Server
2008* OS, or Linux:
Intel C++ Compiler 11.1
Intel Fortran Compiler 11.1
Intel MPI Library 3.2 Update 1
Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector 7.2 Update 1
Intel Math Kernel Library 10.2
Intel MPI Benchmarks 3.2
Intel Debugger 11.1 (except with Intel MPI Library for Windows applications)

2) While downloading the product, there is a link at top to see "File Description and Product notes"

The Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.2 for Linux* bundles all Intel Compilers and Intel Cluster Tools into a single package. This multi-component software toolkit contains the core libraries and tools to efficiently develop, optimize, run, and distribute parallel applications for clusters with Intel processors.

Package Applicability

This package is for cluster users who develop on and build for IA-32, Intel 64, and Intel Itanium architectures on Linux*. You must have a valid license to download, install and use this product.

Package Contents

Package ID is l_ict_p_3.2.2.013. This package contains the following components:

Intel C++ Compiler 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel Fortran Compiler 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel Debugger 11.1 Update 3 for Linux*
Intel MPI Library 3.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector 7.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel Math Kernel Library 10.2 Update 2 for Linux*
Intel MPI Benchmarks 3.2 for Linux*
Install and uninstall scripts for easy installation and removal of the package
Text file containing general support information
Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.2 Release Notes and User Manuals

The size of the download is 1GB.

Note: Individual product download link is provided, but they are also bundled with libraries and debugger.

Rest answers follows in next post.

Shamla

Shamla,

Mmm ... good, that is a relief. The document document in the download docs file:

Linux_Intall.htm

does not include the word compiler in the title and does not seem to refer to the
compilers themselves. It is as if they are not part of the Install ... and maybe they
aren't because this is the Guide for the Toolkit >>without<< the compilers. Maybe
it shouldn't be the one the >>Compiler<< distro ... or maybe, I am confused again.

What file in the tar tree should I use as a guide to the installation of everything including
the compilers which are apparently in the distro that I have downloaded?

Thanks,

Richard Walsh

Richard,

The guide at http://registrationcenter.intel.com/irc_nas/1642/ICTCE_Linux_Install.pdf

Section 2.1, of this guide explains about the install. Since it is bundled together, installation will proceed component wise. You will be asked which component to install next everytime a component is installed.

And the forum to post any problem you encounter during Cluster toolkit install will be http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-clusters-and-hpc-technology/

Thanks
Shamla

Quoting - Shamla (Intel)

Richard,

The guide at http://registrationcenter.intel.com/irc_nas/1642/ICTCE_Linux_Install.pdf

Section 2.1, of this guide explains about the install. Since it is bundled together, installation will proceed component wise. You will be asked which component to install next everytime a component is installed.

And the forum to post any problem you encounter during Cluster toolkit install will be http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-clusters-and-hpc-technology/

Thanks
Shamla

Shamla,

Thanks ... Is the PDF you just provided the path to or an HTML equivalent in the
Compiler Edition archive I just downloaded? You should make surethat the documents
in the Compiler Edition download match what hasbeen downloaded. Having a Linux_Install
HTML that describes installationfor the NON-Compiler Edition is confusing.

I have wasted time and broken a lot of chalk because of this ... ;-) ...

Richard Walsh
HPCC CUNY

The link http://registrationcenter.intel.com/irc_nas/1642/ICTCE_Linux_Install.pdf is for Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition 3.2.2 for Linux* OS Installation Guide and is the link provided to you for installation Guide. It is is for compiler edition.

Can you please tell me what in here makes you feel it is not the correct document?

Here is the table of contents I see

Table of Contents
1. Disclaimer and Legal Information
2. Intel Software Downloads and Installation on Linux*
2.1 Linux* Installation
2.2 Installation of Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition on 32-Bit and 64-Bit Nodes that Share a
Common /opt Directory for Linux*
3. Uninstalling the Intel Cluster Toolkit Compiler Edition on Linux*
4. Hardware Recommendations for Installation on Linux*
5. System Administrator Checklist for Linux*
6. User Checklist for Linux*

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