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luiz eduardo bittencourt sampaio February 14, 2004 07:19

Dear Sirs, My simulation was
 
Dear Sirs,
My simulation was going ok (Co number, residuals, etc...) and suddenly, it stoped, accusing the following error. Do you know what caused it?
Thank you very much,
Luiz

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time step continuity errors : sum local = 3.11323e-12, global = -4.49462e-13, cumulative = -1.76166e-11


--> FOAM FATAL IO ERROR : IOstream::check(const char* operation) : error in IOstream "/home/luizebs/foam/foam2.2/tutorials/oodles/flatplate2/0.07727/Bmean" for
operation Ostream& operator FOAM Warning : dictionary::add(entry* ePtr) : attempt to add an entry already in dictionary ""
--> FOAM Warning : dictionary::add(entry* ePtr) : attempt to add an entry already in dictionary ""


--> FOAM FATAL IO ERROR : IOstream::check(const char* operation) : error in IOstream "/home/luizebs/foam/foam2.2/tutorials/oodles/flatplate2/0.07727/Bmean" for
operation Ostream& operator<<(Ostream&, const scalar&)IOstream::check(const char* operation) : error in IOstream "/home/luizebs/foam/jobControl/finishedJobs/blackmagic.9663" for operation Ostream& operator<<(Ostream&, const string&)

file: /home/luizebs/foam/jobControl/finishedJobs/blackmagic.9663 at line 1.

Function: IOstream::check(const char* operation) const
in file: db/IOstreams/IOstreams/IOcheck.C at line: 47.

FOAM exiting

Mattijs Janssens (Mattijs) February 14, 2004 07:46

There seem to be two messages
 
There seem to be two messages:
- Foam trying to write Bmean for time 0.07727 and failing for some reason and
-Foam trying to log the error message to the finishedJobs dictionary and failing because the entry already was in the dictionary.

I have no idea why the write of the field failed. Is there enough diskspace? Is the directory write protected? Is there already a Bmean field in the directory? Is another process trying to write the same file?

luiz Eduardo Sampaio February 15, 2004 17:31

Sorry, I did not realized my
 
Sorry, I did not realized my writeinterval was set to one and I run out of disk space. Silly mistake.
Thank you,
Luiz


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