intel OverviewThe Intel Compiler Suite, now marketed as "Intel Composer XE", is a collection of compilers from the Intel Corporation for building applications on GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
UsageThe OLCF recommends the use of the Cray compiler wrappers on Cray systems. The Cray compiler wrappers will use the intel compilers if the proper "programming environment" module is loaded at the time of compilation:
module swap PrgEnv-pgi PrgEnv-intelIndividual versions of the compiler can then be specified by swapping just the "intel" module:
module swap intel/188.8.131.523 intel/184.108.40.2066Then you can invoke the compiler wrapper via
CCas appropriate. More details on the compiler wrappers can be found via
man CC. More information on the compilers themselves can be found on the web at Intel’s C Composer XE Documentation page, Fortran Composer XE Documentation page, or their Software Technical Documentation page. The following information is available by running
module help intel
This modulefile defines the system paths and environment variables needed to use the Intel compilers icc, ifort and icpc on Cray XT and XE systems. This modulefile may be loaded as a standalone or as part of PrgEnv-intel, when the user will call these products using cc, ftn, and CC. If loaded as part of PrgEnv-intel, it cannot be unloaded individually, but it can be swapped for another version. intel 220.127.116.116 ================ Release Date: November 17, 2011 Purpose: -------- Provide the module file to support compiling with Intel Composer XE version 18.104.22.1686. The following bug is fixed in the intel 22.214.171.1246 release. 751864 Intel C/C++ compiler rejects canonical form 'b relational-op var' in for loop test-expr. [Issue 565474] 768598 Intel OpenMP ifort - automatic array integer ia (size duma) fails in private clause at runtime  768616 Intel OpenMP ifort - atomic statement 'r=r+var%c' should be accepted  769955 Intel ifort - statement 'array = [ (i, i=0, 9) ]' yields internal compiler error  772694 Intel ifort - Internal compiler error - no line # or file name given.  774248 Intel ifort OpenMP - Internal compiler error: segmentation violation - with -debug all option  774813 Intel v12-built test aborts at runtime, but ok with CCE and Pathscale 775000 lzcnt instruction problem with intel 126.96.36.199 [Issue #640237] 777468 Intel ifort OpenMP - catastrophic error: **Internal compiler error: internal abort**  Product and OS Dependencies: ---------------------------- intel 188.8.131.526 is supported on Cray XT and XE systems running the CLE 2.1 CNL or later operating systems. Intel Composer XE version 184.108.40.2066 (C/C++ and FTN) must be installed in the default location. The Intel C/C++ only installation is not supported because the Intel Fortran run time libraries are required by Cray XT and XE libraries (libsci, for example) when using the Intel compiler. These products are also required: intel-prgenv 1.0.0 or later xt-asyncpe 4.8 or later libsci 10.4.9 or later MPT 5.2.0 or later hdf5-netcdf 1.8 or later Known problems: --------------- Programs compiled and linked with Intel 220.127.116.116 get link errors when ACML 4.4.0 or 5.0.0 module is loaded. To avoid the error, unload the ACML module. For more information, see Bug 777701. Documentation: -------------- /opt/intel/composer_xe_2011_sp1.7.256/Documentation/en_US/Release_NotesC.pdf /opt/intel/composer_xe_2011_sp1.7.256/Documentation/en_US/Release_NotesF.pdf Installation: ------------- env CRAY_INSTALL_DEFAULT=1 rpm -ihv xt-intelsup-18.104.22.1686-05.x86_64.rpm Certain components, files or programs contained within this package or product are Copyright -2011 Cray Inc. All rights reserved.