Flushes Fortran unit(s) currently open for output. Without the optional argument, all units are flushed, otherwise just the unit specified.
|UNIT||(Optional) The type shall be
Beginning with the Fortran 2003 standard, there is a
FLUSH statement that should be preferred over the
FLUSH intrinsic and the Fortran 2003
FLUSH statement have identical effect: they flush the runtime library’s I/O buffer so that the data becomes visible to other processes. This does not guarantee that the data is committed to disk.
On POSIX systems, you can request that all data is transferred to the storage device by calling the
fsync function, with the POSIX file descriptor of the I/O unit as argument (retrieved with GNU intrinsic
FNUM). The following example shows how:
! Declare the interface for POSIX fsync function interface function fsync (fd) bind(c,name="fsync") use iso_c_binding, only: c_int integer(c_int), value :: fd integer(c_int) :: fsync end function fsync end interface ! Variable declaration integer :: ret ! Opening unit 10 open (10,file="foo") ! ... ! Perform I/O on unit 10 ! ... ! Flush and sync flush(10) ret = fsync(fnum(10)) ! Handle possible error if (ret /= 0) stop "Error calling FSYNC"
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