System Requirements for Intel® oneAPI Data Analytics Library

Published: 09/27/2019  

Last Updated: 09/27/2022

This article includes the System Requirement for Intel® oneAPI Data Analytics Library (oneDAL)

Release notes can be found in a dedicated article.

Document revision Date Change History
2022.3 2022-9-27 2022.3 Release Update
2022.2 2022-4-13 2022.2 Release Update
2022.1 2021-12-7 2022.1 Release Update
2021.4 2021-9-29 2021.4 Release Update
2021.3 2021-6-22 2021.3 Release Update
2021.2 2021-3-29 2021.2 Release Update
2021.1 2020-12-07 2021.1 Release Update

Hardware Requirements

The same as the hardware requirements for Intel® oneAPI DPC++ Compiler. See details at Release Notes for Intel® DPC++ Compatibility Tool

GPU:

Intel® Graphics Processor architecture GEN9 (or higher) GPUs. Such Intel® Graphics devices were introduced with 6th Gen Intel® Core™ processors or higher. Product names:

  • Intel® Iris® Plus Graphics
  • Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
  • Intel® Iris® Xe Max Graphics
  • Intel® Iris® Graphics

CPU:

  • Intel Atom® Processors
  • Intel® Core™ Processor Family
  • Intel® Xeon® Processor Family
  • Intel® Xeon® Scalable Performance Processor Family

 

As announced previously, Windows driver support of integrated graphics processors included with 6th - 10th Gen Intel Core Processor and related Intel Atom®, Pentium®, and Celeron® processors is deprecated and has moved to maintenance mode. Only security and critical bug fixes will be updated.

oneAPI tools using existing integrated graphics processor functionality in the aforementioned processors may continue to work, but will no longer be supported. Note that CPU functionality for these processors remains fully supported and unaffected.

Software Requirements

These OS distributions are tested by Intel or known to work; other distributions may or may not work and are not recommended. If you have questions, access the Intel Community Forums when you need assistance.  If you have Commercial Support, create a support ticket.

  • GCC* 7.x or higher or Intel® C++ Compiler 19.1 and later
  • Intel® oneAPI DPC++ Compiler latest release (for oneAPI DPC++ interfaces)
  • Intel® oneAPI Threading Building Blocks latest release (for the multi-threaded version of oneDAL)
  • OpenCL(TM) 1.2 or later
  • C/C++ Compiler with C++11 support (or C++14 support on Windows*)
  • Microsoft Visual Studio* (2019 and 2022 versions) needed only if using Visual Studio IDE for development
    • Microsoft Visual Studio* 2022 Community, Enterprise and Professional Editions with 'Desktop development with C++' component installed are supported, except for use with Intel® Inspector and Intel® Advisor.

Operating Systems:

  • 64-bit Linux*: Ubuntu* 18.04 or higher (CPU & GPU)
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 15 SP2, 15 SP3, 15 SP4 (CPU & GPU)
  • 64-bit Windows* Pro & Enterprise 10, 11 (GPU only)
    • Using Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL2) in Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can install the native Linux distribution of Intel oneAPI toolkits and libraries on Windows for CPU and GPU workflows. Details here
  • Windows Server 2016*, 2019* (CPU only)
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux 7, 8 (CPU & GPU)

 

To build examples with DPC++ API extensions, you also need:

  • GNU* Make on Linux*, nmake on Windows*

 

Intel® oneAPI 2022.3 is validated on Windows and Linux.

  • Windows Intel® Graphics Driver, see this article for instructions to download and install.
  • Linux General Purpose Intel GPUs (GPGPU) Driver, see this article. Click the one labeled 20220830 for instructions to download and install.

 

Known Issue

Intel® oneAPI Toolkits 2022.1.3 and earlier and Intel® Parallel Studio XE (any version) do not support Microsoft Visual Studio 2022. On systems with Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 installed, Intel® oneAPI and Intel® Parallel Studio XE installers may fail during installation, upgrade, modification, or uninstallation. Refer to this article for more information.

ICC Deprecation Notice

Intel® C++ Compiler Classic (icc) is deprecated and will be removed in a oneAPI release in the second half of 2023. Intel recommends that customers transition now to using the LLVM-based Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++ Compiler (icx) for continued Windows* and Linux* support, new language support, new language features, and optimizations. Note that starting with release 2021.7, macOS* support is limited to Mac* computers with Intel® Processors. For more information on icx, see the Intel® oneAPI DPC++/C++ Compiler Developer Guide and Reference.

OS Deprecation Notice
These operating systems are deprecated in release Intel oneAPI 2022.1, and will be removed in a future release:

  • Windows Server 2016*
  • Red Hat* Enterprise Linux 7
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server* 15 SP2
  • Ubuntu* 18.04 LTS
  • CentOS* 7
  • Fedora 34
  • Fedora 35
  • Clear Linux*
  • Yocto
  • macOS* 11

Support for macOS 10 is deprecated. oneAPI 2022.1 is the last supported release.

 

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Product and Performance Information

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