[Beowulf] Fortran Array size question
kus at free.net
Tue Nov 3 09:41:52 PST 2009
In message from Prentice Bisbal <prentice at ias.edu> (Tue, 03 Nov 2009
>This question is a bit off-topic, but since it involves Fortran
>I figured this would be the best place to ask. This code may
>run on my cluster, so it's not completely off topic!
>Question: What is the maximum number of elements you can have in a
>double-precision array in Fortran? I have someone creating a
>4-dimensional double-precision array. When they increase the
>of the array to ~200 million elements, they get this error:
>compilation aborted (code 1).
>I'm sure they're hitting a Fortran limit, but I need to prove it. I
>haven't been able to find anything using The Google.
It is not Fortran restriction. It may be some compiler restriction.
64-bit ifort for EM64t allow you to use, for example, 400 millions
Computer Assistance to Chemical Research Center
Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS
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