-assume buffered_io compiler flag

-assume buffered_io compiler flag

Hello all.
I use dec f90/f95 on true unix 64 under OSF1 4.0, both
5.2-705/V5.3-915 versions.

If I give the -assume buffered_io flag to the compiler, the
std output is buffered as well, and I don't have its last
part, being it displayed on screen or redirected in a file.

I haven't find very much by myself, and I was wondering if
this depends from the compiler of from the environment, like
the assume nobuffered_io taken by default.

Using the buffered_io can improve the performance in my case
because NFS is working on a network that is not very well

Thanks for your attention

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This was a bug - it's fixed in the current release, 5.4.


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