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Intel Compiler Executions



To compile with the Intel Compiler, it is necessary to have the correct licenses in order for your compilations to benefit from IncrediBuild.

There are two different Intel compiler license files. Node specific licenses, which are specific to a server or machine, and a floating license, which can be subscribed and unsubscribed to different machines.

If your Initiator machine contains both of the licenses, these license files need to be located in separate directories.

The INTEL_LICENSE_FILE can't be part of the server license file path.


These instructions are relevant only in case the Initiator uses the Intel Compiler License.

The Intel Compiler License is from Intel themselves and isn't to do with IncrediBuild licensing.

Please view Intel's website for more information on Intel Compilers.





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