P.J.Knowles at bham.ac.uk
Wed Nov 21 14:35:08 GMT 2001
Garnet, Kirk is right. You need about 16 bytes * FCI dimension *
number of iterations (typically 15), ie getting on for about 10Gbyte.
At Tue, 20 Nov 2001 17:27:49 -0800 (PST),
Kirk Peterson wrote:
> if I had to guess, I would say you've ran out of disk space.
> > I have been trying to run the Bauschlicher-Taylor H2O DZP FCI calculation.
> > The program crashes with the error
> > 0Hamiltonian diagonaliser entered at time 0.68
> > wrabsf: Error in writing to file T1400020327.TMP (unit 14), 28232704 words
> > at word offset 1024
> > ERROR EXIT
> > Any ideas? Help is greatly appreciated,
> > Garnet Chan
> > My input is
> > memory,150,m
> > geomtyp=xyz
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