Reference Number : DPD200139120Version :
Tradeoffs between floating-point accuracy, reproducibility and performance. Updated for Intel® Compiler version 19.
Thread affinity compiler switches /Qpar-affinity (Windows*) or -par-affinity (Linux*) have no effect when the executable is run.
Reference Number : DPD200140118
Version : 11.1
Describes a Fortran compiler defect where padding is inappropriately added inside a UNION in a SEQUENCE or BIND(C) derived type
The new 11.1 compiler options allow thread affinity to be compiled into the executable. The compiled-in affinity of the executable will override any setting of the affinity environment variables KMP_AFFINITY and GOMP_CPU_AFFINITY.
An internal compiler error may result when a program that USEs the IMSL* modules IMSL_LIBRARIES or LINEAR_OPERATORS is compiled by the Fortran compiler 11.1 for Intel® 64
Fortran READ statement can return an out of memory error if there is not enough virtual memeory.
Advice and background information is given on typical issues that may arise when threading an application using the Intel Fortran Compiler and other software tools, whether using OpenMP, automatic parallelization or threaded libraries.
Information about cross-version compatibility of Intel Fortran compiled objects, libraries and executables.