Per George's recommendation, I found the following definition of
#define ompi_fortran_integer_t long long
My application is working fine with the MPI_STATUS_IGNORE flag set
On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 3:42 AM, George Bosilca <bosilca_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2013, at 00:38 , Jeff Squyres (jsquyres) <jsquyres_at_[hidden]>
> > 2. In the 64 bit case, you'll have a difficult time extracting the MPI
> status values from the 8-byte INTEGERs in the status array in Fortran
> (because the first 2 of 3 each really be 2 4-byte integers).
> My understanding is that in Fortran explicitly types variables will retain
> their expected size. Thus, instead of declaring
> INTEGER :: status[MPI_STATUS_SIZE]
> one should go for
> INTEGER*4 :: status[MPI_STATUS_SIZE]
> This should make it work right now. However, it is a non-standard
> solution, and we should fix the status handling internally in Open MPI.
> Looking at the code I think that correctly detecting the type of our
> ompi_fortran_integer_t during configure (which should be a breeze if the
> correct flags are passed) should solve all issues here as we are protecting
> the status conversion between C and Fortran.
> Jim, can you go in the include directory on your Open MPI installation and
> grep for the definition of ompi_fortran_integer_t please.
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