Usage of Environment Modules on CentOS and in Cluster


This is the 2nd part of “Installing and Configuring Environment Modules on CentOS 5

1. List the Modules on System

# module avail
--------------------------- /usr/local/Modules/contents ----------------------------
R/R-2.15.1            intel/12.0.2(default) matlab/R2011b

2. Load the Modules on System

# module load intel/12.0.2

Checking the version

# icc -v
Version 12.0.2

3. Unload the Modules on System

# module unload  intel/12.0.2
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2 thoughts on “Usage of Environment Modules on CentOS and in Cluster

  1. Hi, about the module itself, how do you put the files on the way?

    Do you compile using –prefix=/opt/intel/ ?? Specifially in this example intel/12.0.2.

    So modules just change the environment for a given user, it does not install anything, right?

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