From: Fan Lei (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 05 2007 - 16:36:02 CEST
I am running a fairly large simulation of proton incident on a rock target.
The run was aborted after days of cpu time, with the message:
Abort called from ICLSSF reason NO CHANNEL SELECTED Run stopped!
STOP NO CHANNEL SELECTEDI
I guess what happened was that a rare reaction had been picked but the
particular reaction has not been fully implemented in the models.
My question is that is there a way around this problem, e.g. discard the
particular event rather than abort the whole execution?
Fan Lei, Ph.D.
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