1. MPI-IO --- A Parallel File I/O Interface for MPI
MPI-IO --- A Parallel File I/O Interface for MPI
Call for Participation
Working together, IBM Research and NASA Ames have drafted MPI-IO, a
proposal to address the portable parallel I/O problem. In a nutshell,
this proposal is based on the idea that I/O can be modeled as message
passing: writing to a file is like sending a message, and reading from
a file is like receiving a message. MPI-IO intends to leverage the
relatively wide acceptance of the MPI interface in order to create a
similar I/O interface.
The current proposal represents the result of extensive discussions
(and arguments), but is by no means finished. Many changes can be
expected as additional participants join the effort to define an
interface for portable I/O.
The current proposal, presented at Supercomputing '94 in mid November,
is available on the Web at URL:
We are soliciting greater participation from the high performance
computing community, and are particularly interested in feedback on
the proposal. Please send your feedback to:
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Our intent is to launch and widely advertise MPI-IO, in order to let
a "standard" for concurrent/parallel I/O emerge.
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