I would like to thank you first for reading my Thread. I will try to be as precise as possible.
I am an Intel Visual Fortran 10.0.0.27 for Windows(happy) customer. Our programs are mainly a mix between Fortran (Compiler Intel)and C++ (Compiler VS 8.0 from Microsoft). We only use a single processor machine to run programs.
In a context of a future parralelization of our simulation softwares on distributed systems,I reached the " cluster OpenMP for Intel Compilers" page which leads me to the following questions:
- Existing code will be mainly splitted in 2 parts, these two parts communicate mainly via COMMON variables. We search for a system which could helpthe 2 parts tocommunicate using the COMMON variables (shared memory)in a distributed architecture. If we have well understood the aim of "Cluster OpenMP", that's exactly what we need. Am i right? (Maybe description is too light, i can develop if needed.)
- As Windows customer, i haven't seen any windows version of "Cluster OpenMP", is it available? Is it included in Intel
Cluster Toolkit 3.1 (windows)?
- As explained in point 1., we use a mix between C++ (VS 8.0 microsoft compiler) and IFORT 10. Is "Cluster OpenMP" working with this duet, do we need to use a C++ Intel compiler to work?