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For most every scalapack or lapack routines, there are usually one or two work array as input argument. And this is a method to caculate the minimum required space for the work array.
My question is: as for each work array, there is a minimum requirement of space, is it the larger the work array (when larger than the minimum), the better the performance. Or just the minimum is the best choice.
Ming @ Ames
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For most of the routines, the minimum size will not give you good performance.
You want to use a larger size. The question is how large. To know the optimal size for the work space you have to call the routine first with LWORK=-1 (and with all the other parameters set as you intend to use the routine). The optimal size for the WORK array is calculated and stored in WORK(1).
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