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Old   August 31, 2006, 14:17
Default Error message subroutine PEEKR
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Dear all,

I am using user/fortran subroutines and junction boxes in CFX. Up to now, I was running my model in my local machine (Windows) but I am trying to migrate to a cluster (UNIX). My subroutines worked fine in my local computer but today, trying to use the cluster, I started to get error messages regarding subroutines in the Memory Management System.

The details of the first error message I get (and consequently the program stops but I assume I will have problems with all my subroutines) is the following:

Details of error ------------------- Error detected by routine PEEKR CDANAM = /USER/DATA/DT CRESTL = none

For my model, I've created specific data areas with the MAKDAT subroutines for each variable I am handling. For example:


Up to now, everything was just fine when calling my subroutine PEEKR, in this case, for DT (but this applies to all other variables):


But now, in the cluster, it does not seem to work…and I'm kind of lost, I don't understand why this is happening. Does anyone have any ideas to share?

Thank you very much for your help,

Best wishes,


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