Trial version versus purchased version of MKL

Trial version versus purchased version of MKL

Jason M.的头像

We recently purchased MKL v11. While our internal team was working on acquiring the license, I installed a trial version of MKL.It works fine so far - no issues.

However, the internal team unpacked the TAR file provided to them, and it appears to be different than what I started with. My TAR included an install script "install.sh" which I ran to perform the installation. Their TAR did not include this, and when viewing the rpm directory there are these differences:

l_mkl_11.0.0.079_intel64/rpms (Provided via Trial download):

    intel-compilerpro-common-079-13.0-0.noarch.rpm
    intel-mkl-079-11.0-0.x86_64.rpm
    intel-mkl-common-079-11.0-0.noarch.rpm
    intel-mkl-devel-079-11.0-0.x86_64.rpm
    intel-openmp-079-13.0-0.x86_64.rpm
    intel-openmp-devel-079-13.0-0.x86_64.rpm

l_mkl_11.0.0.079/rpms (Provided after purchase):

    intel-compilerpro-common-079-13.0-0.noarch.rpm
    intel-mkl-079-11.0-0.i486.rpm
    intel-mkl-079-11.0-0.x86_64.rpm

We're deploying on RH Linux 5. I'm wondering if the internal team may have downloaded a different flavor than what I downloaded via trial download.

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Nikolay Lyubshin (Intel)的头像

Hello Jason,
It seems the purchased package had downloading problems. Could you kindly try to re-download it?
Trial version that you have contains the MKL for Intel(R) 64, the purchased version should contain MKL for both architectures: IA32 and Intel(R) 64.
Thank you,
- Nikolay

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