On Wed, 2010-07-28 at 11:48 -0400, Gus Correa wrote:
> Hi Hugo, Jeff, list
> Hugo: I think David Zhang's suggestion was to use
> MPI_REAL8 not MPI_REAL, instead of MPI_DOUBLE_PRECISION in your
> MPI_Allreduce call.
> Still, to me it looks like OpenMPI is making double precision 4-byte
> long, which shorter than I expected it be (8 bytes),
> at least when looking at the output of ompi_info --all.
> I always get get a size 4 for dbl prec in my x86_64 machine,
> from ompi_info --all.
> I confirmed this in six builds of OpenMPI 1.4.2: gcc+gfortran,
> gcc+pgf90, gcc+ifort, icc+ifort, pgcc+pgf90, and opencc+openf95.
> Although the output of ompi_info never says this is actually the size
> of MPI_DOUBLE_PRECISION, just of "dbl prec", which is a bit ambiguous.
> FWIW, I include the output below. Note that alignment for gcc+ifort
> is 1, all others are 4.
> Jeff: Is this correct?
This is wrong, it should be 8 and alignement should be 8 even for intel.
And i also see exactly the same thing.
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