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critical impact:

PROCESSORS_SHAPE - not supported (CrUn298)

F90 Impacts

Problem description

The PROCESSORS_SHAPE intrinsic function exists on Tru64 UNIX, but not on HP-UX.

PROCESSORS_SHAPE() returns the shape of an implementation-dependent hardware processor array.

HP's Parallel Software Environment (PSE) clusters are one-dimensional processor arrays whose shape is the number of PSE peers.

If a program is compiled for a PSE cluster, the result is an array of rank one containing the number of processors (peers) available to the program. Otherwise, the result is always a rank-one array of size zero.

Identifiers

Fortran Intrinsic FunctionsPROCESSORS_SHAPE    

See also

Solution description

Review your code. If your code has a dependency on the PROCESSOR_SHAPE intrinsic function, you might have to change your code. See the HP Fortran documentation for possible solutions.


Problem summary

classifications source types OS release severity type
F90 Fortran any HP-UX 11i version critical unavailable
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