This web mail archive is frozen.
This page is part of a frozen web archive of this mailing list.
You can still navigate around this archive, but know that no new mails
have been added to it since July of 2016.
Click here to be taken to the new web archives of this list; it includes all the mails that are in this frozen archive plus all new mails that have been sent to the list since it was migrated to the new archives.
wow, lets try again in english :-)
can you maybe detail more precisely what scenario you are particularly
worried about? I would think that the return code of the operation
is reliable on whether opening the file was successful or not (i.e.
MPI_SUCCESS vs. anything else).
On 5/17/2013 7:55 AM, Edgar Gabriel wrote:
> can you maybe detail more precisely what scenario you are particularly
> worried about? I would think that the return code of the operation
> should be reliable on whether opening the file successful or (i.e.
> MPI_SUCCESS vs. anything else).
> On 5/17/2013 4:00 AM, Peter van Hoof wrote:
>> Dear users,
>> I have been banging my head against the wall for some time to find a
>> reliable and portable way to determine if a call to MPI::File::Open()
>> was successful or not.
>> Let me give some background information first. We develop an open-source
>> astrophysical modeling code called Cloudy. This is used by many
>> scientists on a variety of platforms. We obviously have no control over
>> the MPI version that is installed on that platform, it may not even be
>> open-MPI. So what we need is a method that is supported by all MPI distros.
>> Our code is written in C++, so we use the C++ version of the MPI and
>> MPI-IO libraries.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> users mailing list