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SOL 601/129 results file error

Creator
Creator

Hello

 

I am running an advanced simulation using SOL 601/129. I have set up my forces and contraints and the simulation seems to run through and complete fine.

 

However, when the simulation finishes, the "Results" turns from the rainbow color to a faded out gray and displays that the file is not found (see attached).

 

Does anyone know why this is happening and how to approach it? I have changed from SORT2/Default to SORT1 which seem to address the problem of the file being the wrong format.

 

When I check the .f06 file, the fatal error says: FATAL ERROR: SOL 601 DID NOT FINISH SUCCESSFULLY

 

Thank you.

3 REPLIES

Re: SOL 601/129 results file error

Solution Partner Creator Solution Partner Creator
Solution Partner Creator

Hi,

You received a fatal error that did not write out results. Please post .f06 so we can see what caused the error.

Juan

Re: SOL 601/129 results file error

Creator
Creator

Juan

 

I have copied the .f06 file error below (will not allow to attach .txt files). I believe the error is coming from a lack of disk space. I have tried different locations to save the files but keep getting the same error.

 


                                        M O D E L   S U M M A R Y

                                   NUMBER OF GRID     POINTS   =   629768
 
 
                                   NUMBER OF CTETRA   ELEMENTS =  1792699
 
 *** USER FATAL MESSAGE 1250 (BIOWRT)
     STATUS =          112, FILX =    4, LOGNAME = DBALL   , NSBUF3 =     8192
     FILE = c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444_7.DBALL
     BLKNBR =       1735
     ERROR MESSAGE IS --
     There is not enough space on the disk.
     BIOMSG: ERROR    923 HAS OCCURRED IN ROUTINE IONAST  , FILE INDEX =            4.
     LOGICAL NAME IS DBALL  
     FILENAME IS c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444_7.DBALL
     STATUS =        112

 ********* NASTRAN FILE TABLE *********
 
 INDEX  LOGNAME         STREAM_ID     NAME
     1  SCRATCH         00000001      c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444
     2  OBJSCR          00000002      c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444
     3  MASTER          00000003      c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444
     4  DBALL           00000004      c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444
     5  SCR300          00000005      c:/users/z003cshm/appdata/local/temp/burke_050916__fem1_sim1-wind_analysis.T4444
     6  MASTERA         FFFFFFFA      c:/program files/ugs/nx85/nxnastran/nxn8p5/em64tnt/SSS.MASTERA
     7  MSCOBJ          FFFFFFF9      c:/program files/ugs/nx85/nxnastran/nxn8p5/em64tnt/SSS.MSCOBJ
 *** SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 4276 (IONAST)
     ERROR CODE      923 PID=   0
     USER INFORMATION: THIS ERROR MAY BE CAUSED BY EXCEEDING THE CAPACITY OF A SYSTEM RESOURCE.
     (E.G., ALLOCATED DISK IS FULL, OR MAXIMUM FILE SIZE HAS BEEN REACHED)
 *** USER INFORMATION MESSAGE 4276 (IONAST)
     TO OBTAIN A NASTRAN DUMP RESUBMIT JOB WITH DIAG 44 INSERTED IN THE EXECUTIVE CONTROL SECTION.
1                                        * * * END OF JOB * * *

Re: SOL 601/129 results file error

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

Dear Michael,

You run out of disk space in the hard disc unit where the SCRATCH file is located, not in the disc where nastran output results are written; when solving dynamic transient analysis problems to have enough hard disc space always is critical!!

 

  • It is important to specify the correct location of the scratch file folder – use the “sdirectory” or “sdir” keyword (set “sdir” keyword in the nastxx.rcf file, being XX the version of nastran used).
  • The best suggestion is to set the nastran Scratch folder pointing to a fast disk or disks configured in a RAID array (RAID0).

To learn more please take a look to my blog in the following address:

https://iberisa.wordpress.com/2016/03/21/requisitos-hardware-nx-nastran-ii/

 

Best regards,
Blas.

Blas Molero Hidalgo, Ingeniero Industrial, Director
IBERISA • 48004 BILBAO (SPAIN)
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