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ReemHarel
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intel fortran compiler - openapi & the DevCloud

Hello,

 

I want to run Quantum Espresso - the GPU version on the DevCloud. However, because the GPU version is written in Fortran-CUDA only PGI can compile the code - It might be a dumb question but -  can intel's new GPU support PGI/CUDA? my guess is no... In addition, Quantum Espresso comes with an OpenMP version, and I think it might be modified easily to work with the directives to offload it - teams, distribute etc. - i'm wondering if there's someone working on it already  

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JohnNichols
Valued Contributor I
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You might be lucky, but I would be surprised as this is a pretty specialized physics package and it is huge.  I tried the makefile with IFORT oneAPI and it came up with circular references. 

I suggest LINUX and NVIDA and PGA.  Unless you want a lot of messing around, it is 5800 files and some weirdness in the file arrangements. 

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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Intel Fortran does not have CUDA support. The idea is that the oneAPI API will support GPUs from multiple vendors, but that hasn't happened yet, as far as I know.

JohnNichols
Valued Contributor I
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I was reading about a academic in South Australia, he wanted a supercomputer, but his application failed, so he went around and scavenged a great number of old computers, linked them together with some code and created a behemoth.  In LINUX of course. 

Money can buy a lot

A really intelligent person with limited money can sometimes do as well.

Finally - it will be simpler when Intel buys NVIDIA

Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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@JohnNichols wrote:

Finally - it will be simpler when Intel buys NVIDIA


That isn't ever going to happen. The US government would not allow it due to antitrust concerns.

JohnNichols
Valued Contributor I
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The DOJ and the Herfindahl Index strikes again 

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