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  1. Hi Prakash, I am running a Direct FRF analysis in Optistruct. I have asked out on only 2 frequencies. I am attaching my .out and .stat file here and error message also. Please resolve my issue. *** ERROR # 151 *** Error accessing the scratch files: error encountered in subroutine "xzslvn" Solver error no. = -410 index = 1 This may be caused by insufficient disk space or some other system resource related limitations. (e.g. The Operating System or NFS cannot handle file size > 2 GB.) This error was detected in subroutine inptvmc. **** ABORTING RUN DUE TO UNEXPECTED ERROR CONDITION **** **** Job completed **** Thanks Hemanshu
  2. Hello, I would like to generate my own shapefiles to be used with OSSmooth to create new topologies. Is there any information on how the file is constructed? I understand that the beginning of the file has element ids with their associated relative densities but there are many other fields whose contents are unknown to me. Thank you in advance, -Eric
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