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Show or Hide answer How can I run LMDZ in parallel on my Linux PC?
You want to run LMDZ locally on your Linux PC, and because it is a multicore, it would make sense to run the parallel version of the code. But what needs be done to manage that?

LMDZ can be compiled and run in parallel, in MPI or OpenMP mode, or even in a hybrid mixed MPI/OpenMP mode. This however requires some external prerequisites, such as that an MPI library be installed, and that the compiler you are using is OpenMp enabled (which is the case for most of them: ifort, gfortran, xlf, pgfortran, ...).

Some advice and details to compile and run LMDZ in parallel are given in this page.