Tips and techniques on using the Intel® Compilers to maximize your application performance.
For details on system requirements of Intel compilers, including operating system and other required software, please read the
Performance Tools for Software Developers - SSE generation and processor-specific optimizations continuedCan I combine the processor values and target more than one processor? How to generate optimized code for both Intel and AMD* architecture? Where can I find more information on processor-specific optimizations?
In very large, complex functions, loops preceded by OpenMP directives may not be threaded. Compiler may emit the warning remark: "An internal threshold was exceeded: loops may not be vectorized or parallelized. Try to reduce routine size."
Linker error generated when different parts of a program try to link both the static and dynamic versions of the OpenMP runtime. The solution is to expilcitly call out either a dynamic or static link.
You are attempting to link an object file that was not compiled with IPO in and IPO build.
What to do when a compilation results in an Internal Compiler Error, catastrophic error, internal abort, code 1 or code 3 error.
Debug Solutions for Intel® Platforms. From IA-32 and Intel® 64 to IA-64. From Servers and Workstations to Embedded Applications
Vectorization is one of many optimizations that are enabled by default in the latest Intel compilers. In order to be vectorized, loops must obey certain conditions, listed below. Some additional ways to help the compiler to vectorize loops are described.
The Intel® Compilers provide an OpenMP* runtime library to enable mixed Microsoft Visual C++* and Intel Compiler builds that both use OpenMP*.