The Windows Intel oneAPI compilers present Visual Studio-like command line options. Intel oneAPI HPC toolkit includes the Intel MPI library, which provides “mpiexec” needed to run MPI programs and MPI compiler wrappers.
Most users use the Intel oneAPI command prompt environment.
Alternatively, run “compilervars.bat” script to enable the Intel compilers for each session.
“psxevars.bat” is not appropriate for this setup.
For convenience, make a batch script like
Newer versions of Intel MPI have “mpiicx”, “mpiicpx” and “mpiifx” compiler wrappers.
Intel MPI on Windows is only for Intel oneAPI compiler and Visual Studio.
Although not often needed, a separate username can be used for Windows Intel MPI jobs by from Command Prompt:
runas /user:username cmd
Environment variables are not passed to the new window, so it may be necessary to run Intel
It’s possible to
the user credential in the Windows registry.