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December 2, 2005, 8:21 pm
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I got a strange problem and hope someone may know what the reason is.
I am using PUTTY to remotely connect to a linux cluster system to run a
Fortran code. It is a matrix calculation so I have to specify the 3D
matrix size. The matrix size is stored in an input file. The strange
thing is that using PUTTY, I can run a case with 40x40x40 matrix
successfully, but once I increase the matrix size to, say 80x80x80, the
code just won't run. If I sit in front of the cluster terminal and
specify the case (80x80x80) there, the code works. I don't think there
is anything wrong with the code itself since I can run any case through
the cluster terminal as long as the memory allows. But with PUTTY
remote connection, I have trouble with large matrix size. Does anybody
know if PUTTY will do anything about the command and input file I send
over remote connection? Thanks.
- Richard E. Silverman
December 2, 2005, 10:17 pm
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