On Tue, 2010-07-27 at 16:19 -0400, Gus Correa wrote:
> Hi Hugo, David, Jeff, Terry, Anton, list
> I suppose maybe we're guessing that somehow on Hugo's iMac
> MPI_DOUBLE_PRECISION may not have as many bytes as dp = kind(1.d0),
> hence the segmentation fault on MPI_Allreduce.
> Is there a simple way to check the number of bytes associated to each
> MPI basic type of OpenMPI on a specific machine (or machine+compiler)?
> Something that would come out easily, say, from ompi_info?
bit_size() will give you the integer size. For reals, digits() will
give you a hint, but the Fortran real data model is designed to not tie
you to a particular representation (my interpretation), so there's no
language feature to give a simple word size.