Re: [fluka-discuss]: fluka run error

From: Alessandro Calamida <alex.calamida2_at_tiscalinet.it>
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2019 10:18:56 +0200

Dear Stefan,

The files created by EVETBIN are very huge indeed. For this reason I run
the simulation in a server where the space at disposal is virtualy
inlimitated. They told me that there are hundreds of terabyth at
disposal. Maybe the files were too big that I finished event that space.
But there are others run of the same type that are running in this
moment without any problem. So, I do not know.

Best regards, Alessandro Calamida.

Il 08/10/2019 22:26, Stefan Roesler ha scritto:
>
> 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..
>
> Cheers
>
> Stefan
>
> *From:*Alessandro Calamida <alex.calamida2_at_tiscalinet.it>
> *Sent:* 08 October 2019 21:23
> *To:* Stefan Roesler <Stefan.Roesler_at_cern.ch>; fluka-discuss_at_fluka.org
> *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..
>
> Cheers
>
> Stefan
>
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> Calamida
> *Sent:* 07 October 2019 11:51
> *To:* fluka-discuss_at_fluka.org <mailto:fluka-discuss_at_fluka.org>
> *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/enea.it/por/user/calamida/FLUKA/flutil/rfluka: 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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