Latest Definition of the ADIO Interface
The latest definition of the interface is the same as that in the
Frontiers '96 paper (ps file, html),
except for the following changes:
- The functions ADIO_ReadDone and ADIO_WriteDone
now take status and error_code as arguments, similar to
ADIO_ReadComplete and ADIO_WriteComplete.
int ADIO_ReadDone(ADIO_Request *request, ADIO_Status *status, int *error_code);
int ADIO_WriteDone(ADIO_Request *request, ADIO_Status *status,int *error_code);
- A new function, ADIO_SetInfo, has been added to set the hints
associated with a file.
void ADIO_SetInfo(ADIO_File fd, MPI_Info users_info, int *error_code);
- A new function, ADIO_FileSysType, has been added. It returns in
fstype the type of file system on which the file filename
void ADIO_FileSysType(char *filename, int *fstype, int *error_code);