INTEL FORTRAN COMPOSER XE

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INTEL FORTRAN COMPOSER XE

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Contents

            1. Description

            2. Requirement

            3. How to run job Intel Fortran using HPC

            4. Contact Us

Description:
Build high-performance serial and parallel applications for multicore.

Requirement

Step 1: Please register to UTM HPC Account
Step 2: HPC admin (hpc@utm.my) will sent HPC account to your email.

How to run job Intel Fortran using HPC

Submit a Intel Fortran job

In the example below the input files hello_image.f90 will be run after submit a job using PBS script, pbs-script. For example, create a submission script file called pbs-script that contains the lines below. This example requests one node and four processor cores.

#!/bin/sh

#PBS -N ifortran_test
#PBS -l nodes=1:ppn=4

INP_FILE=hello_image.f90
EXEC=ifort
PROGRAM="/opt/exp_soft/software/intel/bin/$EXEC"

cd $PBS_O_WORKDIR

export PATH=$MPI_OPENMPI_PATH/bin:$PATH
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$MPI_OPENMPI_PATH/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

#environment for intel libraries
export PATH=/opt/exp_soft/software/intel/bin:$PATH
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/exp_soft/software/intel/lib/intel64:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

cd $HOME/ifortran/coarray_samples

$PROGRAM $INP_FILE

Transfering Files & Submitting Job

Then, upload the submission script above and your input file to the HPC using WinSCP tool. To submit a job, please using a Putty tool and run the command below. How to access the HPC server, please go to our New User Guide page.
 

Submit the Intel Fortran submission job to the queue:

Users can submit the job using two options as below. The pbs-script name below is the name of your submission script.

qsub -q bigmem pbs-script
OR
qsub -q hpc pbs-script
Please note that queue for hpc above have 8 core’s for each cluster/node so if you are using this cluster please make sure in the script, you state “ppn=8″ to make sure your job can run.

Contact Us

Any problem about HPC, please email to hpc@utm.my or our facebook (Intel Fortran)