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This implementation is a compiled, tested, ready-to-use version of the NAG Parallel Library that is considered suitable for operation on the computer systems detailed below:
hardware: Intel Itanium 2 (IA64) systems and compatible operating system: 64-bit Linux Fortran compiler: Intel Fortran Itanium Compiler Version 9.1 or compatible MPI: SGI MPT 1.13 or compatible
For information about implementations of the NAG Parallel Library for use on other computer systems please contact NAG.
This implementation was produced at The Leibniz Computing Centre (Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, LRZ) on the computing system detailed below:
hardware: SGI Altix 3700 Bx2 operating system: SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (ia64) with SGI ProPack 4SP3 for Linux Fortran compiler: Intel(R) Fortran Itanium(R) Compiler for Itanium(R)-based applications Version 9.1 Build 20060818 Package ID: l_fc_c_9.1.037 compiler options: -fPIC -auto -O4 C compiler: Intel(R) C Itanium(R) Compiler for Itanium(R)-based applications Version 9.1 Build 20060818 Package ID: l_cc_c_9.1.043 compiler options: -DAdd_ -O MPI: SGI MPT 1.13 BLAS: Intel Math Kernel Library (MKL) 9.0 Cluster Edition for Linux Beta
Two archive libraries are supplied, libnagmpi.a and libnagmpi_sup.a.
The supplied archive library libnagmpi.a includes the Fortran MPI version of the Basic Linear Algebra Communication Subprograms (BLACS v1.1, with patch03 dated February 24, 2000). Both libraries were compiled with full optimization (-O4).
This implementation has been tested using the Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS) provided in Intel(R) Math Kernel Library 9.0 for Linux.
For further details, refer to other documentation supplied or contact NAG (see Section 6).
|-- in.html |-- doc --|-- un.html | |-- libnagmpi.a |-- libnagmpi_sup.a fdl6403ds --| | |-- source ---|-- *e.f |-- examples --|-- data -----|-- *e.d | |-- results --|-- *e.r | |-- scripts ---|-- nagmpiexample
compiled libraries, libnagmpi.a: 10.6 Mb libnagmpi_sup.a 0.7 Mb example program material: 1.5 Mb documentation files: 0.1 Mb
To install all material use the Unix tar utility, e.g.
tar xvf /cdrom/fd03.tar(assuming the CD-ROM has been mounted as /cdrom).
Links to the object libraries libnagmpi.a and libnagmpi_sup.a may be placed in a directory, such as /usr/lib, in the default search path of the linker so that linkage is convenient.
The script nagmpiexample is intended to provide users with a simple means of access to the example material. It will require some minor edits to reflect the local installation and should be placed in a directory, such as /usr/local/bin, which is on users' execution search paths.
The installer should ensure that the users' environment is set up so that they can compile, link and execute (with the mpif77 and mpirun commands provided by SGI MPT) an MPI Fortran program that calls the Intel(R) Math Kernel Library. This is usually accomplished by setting the relevant environment variables (PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH) to the correct values in a script that gets executed at shell startup time. Alternatively, the installer may use the ldconfig(8) program to configure the run-time dynamic linker so that compiler run-time libraries and MKL libraries are accessible but this may be too inflexible for users who might want to use different versions of these libraries. If one relies on the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, it is imperative that it is set at shell startup time otherwise mpirun will fail, with a typical message "error while loading shared libraries".
For example, give the command
nagmpiexample f04ebfpto run the F04EBFP example program. Almost all the example programs have 4 processes. nagmpiexample uses mpirun (provided by the SGI MPT package) to run the processes.
The following material should also be made accessible to users:
other library documentation (see Section 5)
libnagmpi.a libnagmpi_sup.aexample program material:
examples/source/*e.f examples/data/*e.d examples/results/*e.r scripts/nagmpiexample
Making the supplied example material directly available to users provides them with easily adaptable templates for their own problems.
On-line documentation is bundled with this implementation. Please see Section 4.
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