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Old   September 20, 2012, 06:25
Exclamation "word too long" error for MPI calculation
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hello everybody
i use AVL Fire 2011 on Ubuntu 12 and when I try to start a simulation using all 4 of the CPUs (default settings) I get an error from the shell where Fire is running. After typing my password (it is needed to connect to myaccount@127.0.1.1) i can read:

fire_cmd@myaccount: Word too long.
Word too long.
Word too long.
MPI Application rank 0 exited before MPI_Init() with status 1
mpirun: broken pipe


Has anybody ever got this problem?
Thank you for your help
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Old   January 16, 2013, 12:17
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I've solved the problem using the 64-bit version of Fire
the installation hasn't been easy, but now it works also with more than 1 processor.
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