- Increased sizes of scratch vectors for local FFT tests to account for runs on systems with large main memory (reported by IBM, SGI and Intel).
- Reduced vector size for local FFT tests due to larger scratch space needed.
- Added a type cast to prevent overflow of a 32-bit integer vector size in FFT data generation routine (reported by IBM).
- Fixed variable types to handle array sizes that overflow 32-bit integers in RandomAccess (reported by IBM and SGI).
- Changed time-bound code to be used by default in Global RandomAccess and allowed for it to be switched off with a compile time flag if necessary.
- Code cleanup to allow compilation without warnings of RandomAccess test.
- Changed communication code in PTRANS to avoid large message sizes that caused problems in some MPI implementations.
- Updated documentation in README.txt and README.html files.
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