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To Intel: How to run Phi 5110p with host and Cluster Studio under Windows?


I bought a Phi 5110p and Cluster Studio under Windows in an Intel campaign in order to use MPI to feed the Phi card. Hardwarewise I understand the major issues but softwarewise it is still unclear to me what the right way forward is, Can I work with W7 or should I use some other Windows product? The reason for clinging to Windows is that I have a lot of QuckWin based graphics that keep me informed what is going on during the computations.

Best regards

Anders S

Where is file in the MPI 5.1 distribution?

I installed MPI on July 16 this year, but I did not install it correctly.  I want to uninstall it, but I can't find the script referenced in the Intel® MPI Library for Linux* OS Installation Guide: "To uninstall the Intel® MPI Library, go to the Intel MPI Library installation directory and run the
uninstall. sh script."  I am not sure how to uninstall the software without the script. I will appreciate any assistance in helping me find this script.

Thank you,

Rashawn Knapp



Can Xeon Phi 5110p be run on a host with Windows 7


I have a Fortran code  heavily depending on graphic output  in order to know what is going on during the simulation. Therefore I would like to stay with Windows. Has anybody any experience with Xeon Phi 5110p on a workstation with Windows 7 (or 10)? I intend to parallize using MPI, as a third party subroutine library prohibits use of e.g. OpenMP.

Best regards

Anders S

How do I get ITAC to show routine names from my code?

By default ITAC only displays "MPI" and "APPLICATION" in the event display.


  • I've set VT_PCTRACE, but that only seems to allow me to pop up a source dialog, and even that does not show a back trace so that's fairly useless.
  • I put VT_initialize/VT_finalize in my code, and create a bunch of state handles which as pass to VT_begin / VT_end.

None to any avail. What am I missing? What file should contain my routine names?



Trying to make MPI work in a QuickWin application


This is my first try to enter MPI into a simple QuickWin program under Visual Studio 2010

I first installed Cluster Studio 2015 update 4 on my i7 4910MQ Dell laptop as an x64 project. The simple code compiled, linked and run directly.

Then I just added INCLUDE *mpif.h' on a new line after the IMPLICIT NONE line and got the compiler message error #5102 cannot open include file


I then tried a number of ways to inform the compiler about the location of the mpif.h file but instead got a number of warnings and errors. 

Parallel Universe link slightly mangled

I don't know exactly where to submit this, but one of the links on the Parallel Universe magazine page is mangled.  On the page the displayed Issue 19 actually points to issue 20.  Maybe someone at Intel would like to fix this.  (Of course you can still get issue 19 if you really want to, but there is an annoyance factor.)

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