I am facing a weird problem of asking for user credentials for executing a simple program even though i have registered using
I have tried the same on my another HP PC and in that case it works fine and doesn't asked for credentials.
I have used a the following command for test case
mpiexec -n 2 hostname
Please somebody respond to my issue. I just wanted the MPI to not prompt for credentials everytime.
I am confused why it only happens on my Dell machine.
You have already raised a similar issue and we have responded to that thread. Please find the response at Asking for MPI credentials even though registered using mpiexec !! - Intel Community.
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You haven't responded whether the solution provided to the problem you were facing while updating to the latest version. Did changing the name worked for you?
If you didn't find the answer the response in the other thread i am also posting it here:
The argument to the qc should be the service name as in:
sc [<ServerName>] qc [<ServiceName>]
Here the error suggests that "The specified service does not exist as an installed service."
The service name impi_hydra is incorrect. In my system the service name for hydra process manager is impi_hydra_2019_0_9.
One way to check the service name is to open run (Win + R) and open services.msc.
There you search for your hydra version and click on the mpi hydra service in your system to get the name.
The command that worked for me was:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\IntelSWTools\mpi\2019.9.311\intel64\bin\mpiexec.exe" -n 1 sc qc impi_hydra_2019_0_9
Also please run mpivars.bat before using mpiexec.exe to set up the required environment.
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