I want to use the test.ini in CosmoMC using 'mpirun -np 5 ./cosmomc test.ini command'
ryzen@ryzen-System-Product-Name:~/CosmoMC$ mpirun -np 5 ./cosmomc test.ini
After I run the command I get the very first error that MPI PM variable is not supported as :
" MPI startup(): I_MPI_PM environment variable is not supported."
I'm trying hard to resolve this issue but unable to do so. I have installed openmpi-4.1.0 and Intel OneAPI basetoolkit.
Can someone please address this issue?
We didn't find any references to the environment variable "I_MPI_PM" you are referring to in any of the recent documentation.
When did you last find this variable? in which version? What is the use case for which you are using?
You can find the list of all supported variables using the "impi_info -v" command.
I have some other issue I guess. can anyone pleasec guide me hoe to doenload and install Intel Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 1 from https://software.intel.com/en-us/
It would really be a great help.
waiting for a reply.
As the problem is with intel compilers I am unable to compile some of the packages. Even after installing HPC toolkit I don't find any proper path to the intel fortran compiler (F90,F77,FC). Configuration of open MPI shows error which reads required fortran compilers are not available.
Can I get acees to Intel parallel studio xe 2015 version anyhow.?
I am unable to run my programs as the initital compiler installation process is not successful.
Please assist me ASAP.
To find the compiler path for mpifc,mpif90,mpif77 you must source setvars.sh after installing the HPC toolkit.
Command : source <install_path>/setvars.sh intel64
You said that your compiler installation was failed could you tell us why it failed?
I can see that Parallel Studio 2017u8 is the oldest version available for download at Products - Intel® Products and you need to be a registered user to download that. Is there any specific need for old compilers?
Thanks for the confirmation.
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