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Gene

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Re: Maximum Array Size
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2011, 10:01:42 AM »
These options are set:

F77:  Warn of non-ANSI usage
         Warn of un-declared variables
         Verbose
         Procedure Trace

Link:  Verbose

Build:  Stop on Error
          Show progress when scanning dependencies


Are there other 'debugs' that I should set???

I know generally where (in what Subroutine) the issue happens; but not (as of yet) the exact line location.

Thanks for further feedback.

I check now for exceeding reading in data piece #61030; and for now the code does what I need it to.  But I am working on the side to find exactly what is the issue here....

Thanks again.

Gene

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Re: Maximum Array Size
« Reply #16 on: March 07, 2011, 04:30:46 PM »
Problem Solved!!!
I'm working with 'time series' data and found where I had not moved one dimensioned variable into my Common Blocks along with the rest of the ones I had moved.
This Dimension eventually got exceeded as my data sets got larger, which caused the crash issue.
This code is "sphagetti code" which has migrated through various machines and compilers since about 1982.
I think we are good now.....
At least until the next crash happens

Thanks

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