I currently have a problem when trying to run mpiexec or mpiexec-hydra on a cluster using Sun Grid Engine to schedule jobs.
The errors that come up after running the mpiexec-hydra are the following:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 973, in ?
File "<stdin>", line 465, in mpdboot
ValueError: need more than 1 value to unpack
error: commlib error: access denied (client IP resolved to host name "localhost.localdomain". This is not identical to clients host name "node038.cm.cluster")
I'm trying to set up and compile a code in Fortran with MPI libreries.This is the sample code:
PROGRAM main USE MPI IMPLICIT NONE TYPE tMPI INTEGER :: rank, nCPU, iErr, status END TYPE tMPI ! TYPE(tMPI) :: MPIdata CALL MPI_INIT(MPIdata%iErr) CALL MPI_COMM_RANK(MPI_COMM_WORLD, MPIdata%rank, MPIdata%iErr) CALL MPI_COMM_SIZE(MPI_COMM_WORLD, MPIdata%nCPU, MPIdata%iErr) WRITE(*,*) 'Hallo world' STOP END PROGRAM
And this is what I did:
Hi, All, when i finish the install of Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition 2016.
I can not find the mpicc and mpiifort.
the OS is ubuntu 14.04.
Required programs (mpiicc, mpiicpc, etc) are missing
1. Should these programs be installed via Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition ?
2. If so, why these programs are missing?
3. If not, how can I get?
I compiled Siesta 3.2 (http://departments.icmab.es/leem/siesta) with the Intel Compiler 14.0, Intel MPI 4.1.3 and MKL 11.2.3. The compilation runs fine but when I start a longer computation the memory usage increases up to the point when no free RAM is left and the program crashes.
Here is a picture of a profile run:
We have installed "Intel® Parallel Studio XE Cluster Edition for Linux" via "Free Tools for Students". But we cannot find mpiifort anywhere.
Does it exist somewhere or isn't it included in the package for student program?
Hi, HPC Developers
S/W Enviroment Setting :
CentOS 6.6 x64
Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015
Intel MPI Library 5.0.3
In the following cases, operate normally.
1. If you run mpirun from the Terminal Console
2. If you perform a bash mpirun to child processes in a single-threaded program
3. If you perform a bash mpirun in the child process via a Thread in multi-threaded program
I have a Fortran QuickWin Application called GEMix in which I want to parallelize the computations in a single subroutine with no calls to QuickWin. The code is compiled and built (to GEMix.exe) in Visual Studio 2010 + Fortran Visual Cluster Studio 2016.
When I then open a command window and tries to execute GEM.exe via wmpiexec I get the error message "Can't load dynamic library".
Is it principally impossible to apply MPI to a QuickWin application or can the error be solved by a library reference to e.g. the QuickWin library?
I have intel parallel studio xe 2016 cluster version linux. But I can not install all the cluster related tools from it. There is no option to choose cluster tools, I download the whole install package into my computer and then install it. I just see: