Environment modules are used on the LRZ HPC systems to manage the environment variables in shells and scripting languages. They also permit to provide multiple versions of packages. With the installation of SuperMUC-NG, LRZ gradually changes its software deployment process from manually built packages to automated builds with Spack.
- See: Environment Modules
Programming Environment on compute nodes
Because the operating system on the compute nodes is "diskless", the programming environment is not complete there. Typically you have to compile and link on the login nodes. Also you have to load the following module , if you want to use limited functions of the compilers on the compute nodes
module load slurm_setup
Intel, gnu and PGI compilers are available.
- see: Numerical Libraries for HPC Applications
- see: IO Libraries and Tools for HPC Systems
- Execute command: module avail