Assembly termination log

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Hello

Im using SE ST 5 and I have a problem with an assembly.
I have a large assembly and I created some parts in place and tried to assemble them and SE gave me a termination log error and closed SE.
The error:

http://postimage.org/image/dq55a1gj1/

The problem is, that now the same arror happenes all the time and I can't do anything in my assembly.
How can I see where is the error and delete it?
I have backups of the same assembly, but they are a week old, so I wouldnt like to repeat a weeks work.

Looking forward to your replies
4 REPLIES

Re: Assembly termination log

KennyG 2nd Gear
2nd Gear
So in the error, it gave you a path to a log file. Find the file and post it here. Can't always tell without having SE development look at it, but sometimes there is a hint.


Ken

Production: ST10 MP3
Testing: SE 2019

Re: Assembly termination log

SeanCresswell 2nd Gear
2nd Gear
I have a large assembly and I created some parts in place and tried to assemble them and SE gave me a termination log error and closed SE.

Further to Kens request for the crash log files....
Out of curiosity, what are you considering a large assembly? If you go to the Inspect tab, and choose Assembly Statistics, it will give some feed back information.
Note: sometimes a feature heavy parts with full detail displayed can be very resource hungry....given Student Edition is only available as a 32bit application.
Sean Cresswell
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge ST10 [MP3] Classic [x2 seats]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000

Re: Assembly termination log

uk_dave 1st Gear
1st Gear
Further to the "enough system memory", if you are running 32-bit Windows
please make sure you have enabled the /3GB switch. From the Solid Edge
readme file:

> On 32-bit Windows 7 and Vista with administrator privileges, you can run the following command from the command line to enable /3GB switch:
>
> BCDEDIT /Set IncreaseUserVa 3072

-Dave
On 19/03/2013 20:38, SeanCresswell wrote:
>
> ottsutt@hotmail.com;236632 Wrote:
>>
>> I have a large assembly and I created some parts in place and tried to
>> assemble them and SE gave me a termination log error and closed SE.

>
> Further to Kens request for the crash log files....
>
> Out of curiosity, what are you considering a large assembly? If you go
> to the Inspect tab, and choose Assembly Statistics, it will give some
> feed back information.
> Note: sometimes a feature heavy parts with full detail displayed can be
> very resource hungry....given Student Edition is only available as a
> 32bit application.
>
>

Re: Assembly termination log

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Sorry for the long answer, I already gave up and did all my work again, but I would like if it wouldnt happen again, so let's see what was the problem:

I attached the crashlog to the reply,

Here are my assembly statistics:

http://postimg.org/image/ea6y20ofl/

And I wrote the command: "BCDEDIT /Set IncreaseUserVa 3072" to the command line, nothing happened that I could notice.

Thanks for your advices