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Old   March 8, 2001, 01:11
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pradeep sivakumar
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hi, when i am running a job with FISOV in the background, i am getting the rerror " (818) FIDAP internal database error

unable to write 4096 bytes to file 13,instead wrote -1 bytes". does anybody know the cause for this error? thanks pradeep
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Old   March 9, 2001, 08:53
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Vitaliy Pavlyk
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Hi Pradeep!

1) check if you have enough free space in the directory where your job is running ( FISOLV.xxxxx directory is created). Remember - after uncompressing -the temporary database saved in FISOLV.xxxxx/ is much larger than the original one.

2) I had similar error message when opening a problem on another mashine, where my disk space quote was limited. I thought it's an error, caused by an incompatibility when I transfered the database from one computer to another. But it dissapeared when I opened the database in a directory where I have much more free space.

Good luck, hope it helps.....

Vitaliy.
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