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Old   December 2, 2002, 11:42
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Jesper
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Hi Discussion Forum.

When performing a transient run, I get the following error message in the CFX-5 Solver Manager outfile:

*** INSUFFICIENT CATALOGUE SIZE ***

Action required : Increase the file catalogue size.

If the situation persists please contact the CFX Customer Helpline

giving the following details:-

Current catalogue size: 23056

Details of error:

Error detected by routine MAKDIR

CDRNAM = /FLOW/GETVAR

CRESLT = FCAT

Have anyone had a problem like this? It occurs in the 3. timestep.

Best Regards Jesper
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Old   December 2, 2002, 20:27
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Neale
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Interesting.

Try the CCL parameter "Catalouge Size Multiplier=2.0" in the SOLVER CONTROL section of the CCL.

Neale
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Old   December 3, 2002, 06:03
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Thank you. It worked, and it really saved my day.

/Jesper
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