On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 18:11, Number Cruncher <number.cruncher_at_[hidden]
> Just some observations from a concerned user with a temperamental Open MPI
> program (1.4.3):
> Fedora 14 (just released) includes glibc-2.12 which has optimized versions
> of memcpy, including a copy backward.
Is the memcpy-back code ever executed when called as memcpy()? I can't
imagine why it would be, but it would make plenty of sense to use it inside
memmove when the destination is at a higher address than the source.