Find out about the Intel® MPI Correctness Checking Library - a novel technology to detect errors with data types, buffers, communicators, point-to-point messages and collective operations, deadlocks, or data corruption in your MPI programs.
Does the Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector support different MPI implementation? Yes, it supports Intel MPI Library, MPICH, and any MPICH-based implementations. Find out how to switch between those libraries.
How to resolve an issue when no trace files are created for C++ code using the Intel tools.
Describes how to correct a link error with unresolved symbols when using the Intel® Trace Analyzer and Collector with non-Intel MPI implementations.
A guide to help Intel® compiler customers build and use the HDF5 library: a general purpose library and associated file formats for storing and sharing scientific data. Includes prerequisites, configuration and setup information, and more.
This guide is intended to help current HPCC users get better benchmark performance by utilizing Intel® Math Kernel Library (Intel® MKL).
How to resolve Intel® MPI Library syntax errors on Ubuntu 9.10 systems.
Defines how the head node of an Intel® Cluster Ready solution can be used as a compute node in one or more sub-clusters in the system.
A guide for getting started combining MPI and OpenMP in one program. Code samples are included.
A guide for working with multiple versions of SMPD that could be present due to multiple versions of the Intel® MPI library being installed. This will help avoid problems due to SMPD version mismatch.