MPI2007 Flag Description
Lenovo Global Technology ThinkSystem SR860 V2 (Intel Xeon Platinum 8380H CPU, 2.90 GHz)

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Base Compiler Invocation

C benchmarks

C++ benchmarks


Fortran benchmarks

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C

Base Portability Flags





Base Optimization Flags

C benchmarks

C++ benchmarks


Fortran benchmarks

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C

Peak Optimization Flags

C benchmarks



C++ benchmarks


Fortran benchmarks




Benchmarks using both Fortran and C







Implicitly Included Flags

This section contains descriptions of flags that were included implicitly by other flags, but which do not have a permanent home at SPEC.

System and Other Tuning Information

This result has been formatted using multiple flags files. The "platform settings" from each of them appears next.

Platform settings from EM64T_Intel121_flags

SPEC MPI2007 Flag Description for the Intel(R) Compiler

Intel(R) MPI Library 4.0.3 for Linux* options and environment variables

Job startup command flags

-n <# of processes> or -np <# of processes>

Use this option to set the number of MPI processes to run the current arg-set.

-perhost <# of processes>

Use this option to place the indicated number of consecutive MPI processes on every host in group round robin fashion. The number of processes to start is controlled by the option -n as usual.


Use this option to allow parallel fast starting of mpd daemons under one local root. No daemon checking is performed.

-genv <ENVVAR> <value>

Use this option to set the <ENVVAR> environment variable to the specified <value> for all MPI processes.

Environment variables


Select the particular network fabric to be used.

sock - Sockets

shm - Shared-memory only (no sockets)

ssm - Combined sockets + shared memory (for clusters with SMP nodes)

rdma - RDMA-capable network fabrics including InfiniBand*, Myrinet* (via DAPL*)

rdssm - Combined sockets + shared memory + DAPL* (for clusters with SMP nodes and RDMA-capable network fabrics)


Set this environment variable to enable fallback to the available fabric. It is valid only for rdssm and rdma modes.

Fall back to the shared memory and/or socket fabrics if initialization of the DAPL* fabric fails. This is the default value.

Terminate the job if the fabric selected by the I_MPI_DEVICE environment variable cannot be initialized.

Platform settings from Lenovo-SPECmpiM_Platform_Flags

Lenovo SPECmpi 2007 Platform Flag Description

Machine Configurations

BIOS settings

Maximum Performance

mode will maximize the absolute performance of the system without regard for power. In this mode, power consumption is a don't care. Things like fan speed and heat output of the system may increase in addition to power consumption. Efficiency of the system may go down in this mode, but the absolute performance may increase depending on the workload that is running.


Enabling Hyper-Threading let operating system addresses two virtual or logical cores for a physical presented core. Workloads can be shared between virtual or logical cores when possible. The main function of hyper-threading is to increase the number of independent instructions in the pipeline for using the processor resources more efficiently.

Sub-NUMA Cluster (SNC)

SNC breaks up the last level cache (LLC) into disjoint clusters based on address range, with each cluster bound to a subset of the memory controllers in the system. SNC improves average latency to the LLC and memory. SNC is a replacement for the cluster on die (COD) feature found in previous processor families. For a multi-socketed system, all SNC clusters are mapped to unique NUMA domains. Values for this BIOS option can be:

Disabled: The LLC is treated as one cluster when this option is disabled

Enabled: Utilizes LLC capacity more efficiently and reduces latency due to core/IMC proximity. This may provide performance improvement on NUMA-aware operating systems

Flag description origin markings:

[user] Indicates that the flag description came from the user flags file.
[suite] Indicates that the flag description came from the suite-wide flags file.
[benchmark] Indicates that the flag description came from a per-benchmark flags file.

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Tested with SPEC MPI2007 v2.0.1.
Report generated on Wed Nov 4 16:31:39 2020 by SPEC MPI2007 flags formatter v1445.