SET_INDPW_FULL: insufficient memory

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SET_INDPW_FULL: insufficient memory

#1 Post by verena_neufeld1 » Thu Oct 12, 2023 6:01 pm

I'm receiving this error. What can I do?

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|                    | |   | |_) | | |  | | | |  __    | |                    |
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|                     _    | |_) | | |__| | | |__| |    _                     |
|                    (_)   |____/   \____/   \_____|   (_)                    |
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|     internal error in: mkpoints_full.F  at line: 1172                       |
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|     internal error in SET_INDPW_FULL: insufficient memory (see wave.F       |
|     safeguard) 4881 4880                                                    |
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|     If you are not a developer, you should not encounter this problem.      |
|     Please submit a bug report.                                             |
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[MS]: I formatted the message to make the error more readable

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Re: SET_INDPW_FULL: insufficient memory

#2 Post by martin.schlipf » Fri Oct 13, 2023 8:39 am

Can you please provide the input files of your calculation so that we can reproduce the issue?

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