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Old   October 16, 2015, 16:21
Default running UDF with linux
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Rui Zeng
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Hello everyone,

I can interpret properly the UDF(c.file) on my own computer. However when I try to use the super computer. My journal file always fails. Could you please help check which part of the jou.file is wrong

parallel/partition/auto/use-case-file-method yes
define/user-defined/compiled-functions compile libudf yes velocity_profile.c "" udfconfig.h ""
define/user-defined/compiled-functions load libudf
file/rcd FFF-2.cas.gz
file/confirm-overwrite no
solve/set/time-step 1
solve/set/reportin-interval 1
solve/dual-time-iterate 10 10
file/write-data FFF-2_1100.dat.gz


This is the output

[COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]Warning: An error or interrupt occurred while reading the journal file.
Some commands may not have been completed.

> Halting due to end of file on input.[/COLOR]

Thank you for the help
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