PGI compilers are a set of commercially available Fortran compilers for High Performance Computing Systems from Portland Group. This Compilers are installed on Tesla Cluster.
Vendor : Portland Group Inc
PGI Accelerator Server – Fortran
PGI Server is PGI’s multi-user scientific and engineering compiler and tool bundle for multi-user systems. PGI Server is available on Tesla Cluster in one language version:
PGI Fortran Server – Fortran only includes The Portland Group’s native parallelizing/optimizing FORTRAN 77, Fortran 90/95/03 and HPF compilers for 64-bit x64 processor-based Linux systems.
PGI Accelerator Compiler :-
Beginning with PGI 2010, PGI expanded its product line to include offerings for either x64+GPU or x64 only platforms. “PGI Accelerator” products – the x64+GPU platform products – include support for the directive-based PGI Accelerator programming model and from within the PGI Accelerator Fortran compiler, support for CUDA Fortran. At SERC, the PGI Accelerator compilers are supported on AMD x64 processor-based systems with CUDA-enabled NVIDIA GPUs running Linux.
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CSH – Shell :–
Add the following lines in your .cshrc file
set PATH = (/home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/10.4/bin $PATH)
set LD_LIBRARY_PATH = (/home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/10.4/lib $LD_LIBRARY_PATH)
To use MPICH,
set PATH = (/home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/2010/mpi/mpich/bin $PATH)
Run the command source .cshrc
BASH – Shell :-
Add the following lines in your .bashrc file
export PATH = /home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/10.4/bin:$PATH
To use MPICH,
export PATH = /home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/2010/mpi/mpich/bin $PATH
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = /home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/2010/mpi/mpich/lib $LD_LIBRARY_PATH
export PATH = /home/pkg/lic/pgi/pgi-accelerator-server/linux86-64/10.4/bin $PATH
Run the command source .bashrc
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For any queries, raise a ticket in the helpdesk or please contact System Administrator, #103,SERC.