From: Guy de Burgh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 17 2000 - 12:47:40 PDT
What you do is extract the configuration CFG_186 into a separate
file and add "SIZING 200 300 20" to the top of the file, and then
run XFX on that file. This increases the discretization size.
Note that the SIZING statement must come before the CONFIG
Our latest version of XFX does this for you automatically (increases
the SIZING parameters if there is a Jacobi convergence error).
Guy de Burgh
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> Here's a good one for all of the XTK experts out there. In running XFX,
> I experienced the following error:
> ERROR 330: Jacobi convergence error.
> ERROR 73: Solution fails to converge for configuration CFG_186, try with finer
> ERROR 71: Failure to process loss matrix
> FATAL_ERROR 4: Error in Processing input file
> Illegal Instruction
> I have already done the obvious like examining the stackup in the gcf file and
> structure of the xfx file. Nothing unusual stands out. I looked at CFG_186 and
> it doesn't look much different than CFG_185. How do I get this to converge with
> a finer grid?
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