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How to compile parallel code with MS-MPI on linux


Hi all,

I am currently doing parallel programming with fortran. I have successfully coded and compiled my code with MS-MPI on windows.

However, I would like to enable the code on linux cluster, which is more powerful. 

I have installed intel17 on cluster, which does support mpiifort. I was wondering how I can successfully run the parallel code on linux with mpiifort

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To start, you can't use Microsoft MPI on Linux, but there are several MPI implementations you can use there. Intel MPI is one, but there is also OpenMPI and mpich2 (possibly others). You would need to install the chosen library, add its include and library paths to your build, and make sure that your calls are compatible with the chosen library. 

Intel MPI is discussed in the Intel oneAPI HPC Toolkit forum.

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