If you are compiling applications with a separate compile and link process, the optimization options in the compile/link phase should match, especially when using openmp, parallelization, vectorization or interprocedural optimizations. If options are not consistent, you may get missing symbols at link time, causing the link to fail.
This guide is intended to help Intel® compiler customers build the HPCC* benchmark. The HPC Challenge (HPCC) benchmark is used to evaluate and test a wide variety of performance parameters for high-performance computing system.
The version of HPC Challenge (HPCC): 1.0.0
The version of Intel® C++ and Fortran Compilers for Linux* or Mac OS* X: 10.0
The version of Intel® Math Kernel Library 9.1 (MKL): 9.1