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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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  • iconv issue

    hi all,

     

    I'm trying to build something for the Phi that depends on iconv; the library routines are present , but the following application fails when run on the Phi:

    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <iconv.h>
    
    int main () {
      iconv_t cd;
      cd = iconv_open("latin1","UTF-8");
      if(cd == (iconv_t)(-1)) exit(1);
      iconv_close(cd);
    
      exit(0);
    }
    

    if I build this using "icc -o iconv_test iconv_test.c" and run it on the host it return no error (exit code 0).

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    Hi,

    I am having troubles downloading intel fortran/c++ compiler 15 (professional) linux (specifically CentOS 6.6)

    I have followed the instructions.

    1. I extracted the tgz archive 

    2. I ran the install.sh script (activated 31 day trial)

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