This question was asked during the webcast, An Introduction to High Performance Computing: Parallel Computing Issues. The presenter, Tom Lehmann, is the Advanced Projects Manager for the Enterprise Systems Group training organization at Intel. Here is Tom's answer to the question:Use the Intel Trace Collector and Intel Trace Analyzer to optimize MPI parallel performance. Use the Intel Threading Tools to debug and tune threaded applications. Use the Intel VTunepackageand the Intel performance libraries tooptimizeserial performance.
Message Edited by hagabb on 11-03-2004 01:38 PM
Does anyone else have suggestions?
Here is another question and answer from the webcast.What tools are available to help parallelize algorithms and software and analyze their performance?
Message Edited by hagabb on 01-21-2005 09:40 AM
BesidesMPICH from Argonne, another effective popular open source MPI is LAM MPI. Intel also has a fabric-independent MPI implementation that is based on MPICH2 calledthe Intel MPI Library.
Message Edited by hagabb on 01-21-2005 09:44 AM