Intel® Parallel Studio (Archived)

Support Status Expired and Version Installed


I require Intel Visual Fortran v11.1 to compile my user material code in ANSYS 13. I was being able to do this without any problem before. Also, I use Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.

However, now when I run ANSYS using the compiled user material code I have Fortran run-time errors. I logged into Intel and saw that my Support Status had expired.

My questions:

1. Do I have to renew my Intel Visial Fortran License?

2. How can I find what version of Intel Visual Fortran is installed on my computer.

MPSS for Linux (Phi code generation)

According to the documentation, MPSS is only available for SUSE 11.6. I am running SUSE 12.3, and the source for MPSS does not compile on 12.3, except if a few changes are made to the source. I was wondering if anyone has successfully done the port of MPSS to 12.3. Alternately, I would be willing to do this port, but I don't have access to a Xeon Phi, so I would need access to one prior to doing this port. I would make this port freely available. On a related note, how is Intel validating MPSS, do they have a test suite, and if so, where can I find it?

Installing Parallel Studo vs the components

Is there any advantage/disadvantage to installing the Parallel Studio vs just the components?  I'm installing on a new computer and wondering.  I will have VS2008 as my integrator.

Formerly, on my old computer, I had just the Fortran Composer and when it came to upgrade to the Parallel Studio, I think there were problems in installing the full package.  Plus, the pieces get updated periodically over the support period whereas the Parallel Studio might not.


Problem with MPD call


I have a corrupted MPD on my machine. Whenever I call any of the commands "mpdtrace" or "mpdallexit" I get the following message:

mpdroot: cannot connect to local mpd at: /tmp/mpd2.console_root
probable cause: no mpd daemon on this machine
possible cause: unix socket /tmp/mpd2.console_root has been removed
mpdtrace (__init__ 1524): forked process failed; status=255

I have my mpd running:

ps -ef | grep mpd

Parallel Studio 2013 Installation Hangs

I can't find a topic anywhere about this and I'm finding it hard to believe I'm the only one.  I have Visual Studio Professional 2010 installed on a VERY clean Windows XP Pro SP3 platform.  I say VERY clean because I started with a reformatted disk, installed Windows XP Pro with all defaults, allowed MS Update to do its thing till it was done.  I've also installed MS Office and did the same thing.  I've also Installed Visual Studio in the exact same way; full installation with all defaults.

moving a license

First I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask this question. I was directed to these forums by Intel support, so I hope it's OK.

I am using Composer XE and Amplifier but the license is registered to an employee who left the company. I would like to use the Premium Support and other benefits left in the employee's subscription, so I am assuming I need to re-register the product under my name. I explained this to the regular Intel support folks via email and they advised joining these forums.

How can I re-register my products or is there another solution to this issue?

RPM requirements problem in C++ Studio XE for Linux


I installed Intel® C++ Studio XE for Linux in a Scientific Linux 6.3 machine. The installation finished successfuly and the different components that I tried are running without any problem.

However, running

package-cleanup --problems

gives back 

Package intel-idb-common-146-13.0-2.noarch requires intel-compilerpro-common-146 = ('0', '13.0', None)

Indeed, I checked the requirements of  intel-idb-common-146-13.0-2.noarch and the are the following:

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