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Download link for oneAPI HPC 2021.3.0

sanjayg0
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I cannot seem to find the download link for the (older) 2021.3.0 oneAPI HPC Toolkit, which I would like to try since the 2021.4.0 version has some unfortunate bugs.  I did find the link for the Base Toolkit 2021.3.0.3219 on the developer forums, just not the HPC Toolkit.

Thanks in advance,

-sanjay

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HuanWang
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Hi Steve,

 

Thanks for your link. However, it seems that the link has been updated recently. I could not find the Intel oneAPI HPC Toolkit 2021.3. There are the FPGA add-on for the Base Tools which are related to the 2021.3 version.

 

Could you please provide the link to the Intel oneAPI HPC Toolkit 2021.3 again?

Thank you very much.

 

Best wishes,

Huan

sanjayg0
Beginner
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Thanks Steve!

-sanjay

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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The link I provided was for the standalone components, which has older versions. You should be able to put together what you need. Otherwise, wait and see if someone from Intel can provide links to older Toolkit installers. Have you tried the 2022.0 Toolkit?

Ron_Green
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Older versions are available to users with active support on the Intel Registration Center.  

The free online versions are only the latest version of the compiler.  This latest version has the latest fixes.  

HuanWang
Novice
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Hi Ron,

 

Thank you for your information.

I am not sure if the Intel  Parallel Studio is still academic free?

Ron_Green
Moderator
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If you have an existing PSXE Academic license it will work with PSXE downloads from Intel Registration Center (IRC).  PSXE is still licensed, yes.  It is not 'free', there is a license check for installation. 

IRC - when you register your license, IRC gives you downloads for PSXE as long as your license has active support.  If your support expires, you cannot get any downloads after that date BUT only downloads that existed and are supported before the date of your license expiration.    If you have an existing PSXE installed, the license never stops working.  It will work for many years.  Your license expiration date only controls what downloads you can receive on IRC AND what version of PSXE you can install.  So if you get a PSXE package from someone else, you must make sure your Academic License expiration date is not older than the package you want to install. 

sanjayg0
Beginner
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Try the link in this message

 

community.intel.com/t5/Intel-Fortran-Compiler/READ-a-error/m-p/1352458#M159483

 

I think it is what you are looking for.

HuanWang
Novice
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Hi sanjayg0,

 

Thank you for your link. However it is the Windows version of oneAPI HPC Toolkit, not the Linux version.

 

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Intel Parallel Studio no longer exists. It has been replaced by the oneAPI Toolkits, which are free for everyone. 

Some earlier oneAPI versions of the Intel Fortran compiler for Linux are available at Intel® oneAPI standalone component installation files

Ron_Green
Moderator
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The latest version of the oneAPI Toolkits can be downloaded from sources listed here, or if you have an active Premier Support subscription you can also download oneAPI Toolkits from your Intel® Registration Center account.  Information on oneAPI can be found in this webinar.

 Supported Intel® Parallel Studio XE versions downloads are only available from the Intel® Registration Center.  At this time there are no future releases planned for Intel® Parallel Studio XE and users are advised to transition to Intel® oneAPI Toolkits.  Information on moving to oneAPI can be found in this webinar.

All older supported versions of Intel® oneAPI Toolkits and Intel® Parallel Studio XE listed here are provided to users with active Premier Support subscriptions and can be downloaded from the Intel® Registration Center .”

HuanWang
Novice
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Hi Ron and Steve,

 

Thank you very much for your response.

 

The reason I want to try the older version of the Intel compiler is that I was stuck by compiling problems when using the latest version of Intel oneAPI (2022.1.2).

 

Here is the I question posted a few days ago when compiling HDF5

https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-oneAPI-HPC-Toolkit/How-to-build-HDF5-using-Intel-compiler/m-p/1...

 

And I want to run the CP2K program for my research. However, CP2K is quite picky for the version of the Intel compiler. Please see the link https://www.cp2k.org/dev:compiler_support 

 

The latest version of Intel oneAPI HPC failed to compile CP2K either.

 

Ron_Green
Moderator
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I read your post on the other forum.

 

first, before you do anything, on the command line

source /opt/intel/oneapi/setvars.sh

 

This assumes you use bash.  If you don't use bash, read the article at the top of this forum about zsh or csh.

 

Next, FC and F77 should be set to 'mpiifort' and not 'mpif90' if you are using Intel MPI.

Next, IGNORE WARNINGS.  they do not affect the code building.  Only ERRORS should be paid attention to.

 

try these things.

 

Ron

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