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Kedra__Darek
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libIntelDeflater.so

Hello,

I would like to use libIntelDeflater.so supposedly from the Intel Integrated Performance Primitives Library. It should speed up Picard, as described here:
https://broadinstitute.github.io/picard/intel-deflater.html

My problem:
I got l_ipp_9.0.3.210.tgz, md5: 0e1520dd3de7f811a6ef6ebc7aa429a3

No libIntelDeflater.so file after installing the package, neither in the file list inside the tar file.

I guess I must have selected wrong option(s), either during the download or the installation (second a bit more doubtful).

My question:
how can I get libIntelDeflater.so ?

Many thanks for your help

Darek Kedra
PS I am using Academic Research licence

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James_T_Intel
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I've moved this to the correct forum.

Sergey_K_Intel
Employee
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Hi Darek,

Intel(R) IPP does not provide libIntelDeflater. It looks like a part of some SDK (by Picard?). IPP as a library provides only low-level data compression functions in libippdc static and dynamic library files.

Please, don't search for Deflater in IPP library. It isn't there)). May be in https://github.com/ablab/basespace_gatk_app/tree/master/libs/picard. There is a "libDeflater.so" file, which is Linux dynamic library with IPP functions (actually, IPP 8.0) statically linked into it.

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