Re: CCL:g98 error



Hi!
 How big is the *.rwf file? If you are using the 32-bit g98, even if you have
 lots of scratch space, you cannot have files bigger than 2GB. If that is the
 problem, you can split the *.rwf file into several files. Gaussian98 will
 allow you to create max 8 such files, which means you can run jobs that use
 at most 8x2=16 GB of disk space on 32-bit systems.
 kadir
 ----- Original Message -----
 From: "Eric Hu" <yhu_2003_at_yahoo.com>
 To: <chemistry_at_ccl.net>
 Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 8:12 PM
 Subject: CCL:g98 error
 > Hi I am doing a frequency calculation with
 > b3lyp/6-31++g**. I got the following error message
 > although I have plenty of disk space:
 >
 >   99 vectors were produced by pass 10.
 >   99 vectors were produced by pass 11.
 >   99 vectors were produced by pass 12.
 >   99 vectors were produced by pass 13.
 >   99 vectors were produced by pass 14.
 >   90 vectors were produced by pass 15.
 >   49 vectors were produced by pass 16.
 > Erroneous write during file extend. write 188415
 > instead of 4096
 > Probably out of disk space.
 > Write error in NtrExt1
 >
 > Eric
 >
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