RE: [fluka-discuss]: fluka run error

From: Stefan Roesler <>
Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2019 20:26:43 +0000

Hi Alessandro

fmt: end of file
apparent state: unit 16 named fort.16
last format: (A132)

suggests that there is no file fort.16 created. Moreover, I noticed that your input (most likely the EVENTBIN card) creates within seconds huge data files. Thus, my suspicion on disc space shortage..


From: Alessandro Calamida <>
Sent: 08 October 2019 21:23
To: Stefan Roesler <>;
Subject: Re: [fluka-discuss]: fluka run error

Dear Stefan,

I run the code on a server with tons of space at disposal. So, it is hard that this is the problem. Could be but it is hard. The error ${EXE} 2> $LOGF > $LOGF is an error of memory?

Best regards and thanks for your time, Alessandro Calamida.
Il 08/10/2019 19:25, Stefan Roesler ha scritto:
Hi Alessandro

fort.16 contains temporarily the geometry.

However, your input runs technically fine. Thus, I suspect rather a local computer problem (disc full etc) than anything to do with FLUKA..


From:<> <><> On Behalf Of Alessandro Calamida
Sent: 07 October 2019 11:51
Subject: [fluka-discuss]: fluka run error
Importance: High

Dear FLUKA experts,

I was running some very long fluka run. They start Thursday and untile yesterday afternoon everything went fine. Then, all of them start to crash in sequence. All gave me the same message error:

  * /afs/ line 361: 3210969 Aborted (core dumped) ${EXE} 2> $LOGF > $LOGF: from the error file of the server;
  * fmt: end of file
apparent state: unit 16 named fort.16
last format: (A132)
lately reading sequential formatted external IO: from the log file of the specific run.

It is the same for the whole aborted run. What these errors means? What is their origin? Why they happens all of sudden and before everything was fine until then?

I have attached the input file and all of the output and error file.

I wait for your answer.

Best regards, Alessandro Calamida.


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