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ERROR: remap transport: bad departure points

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
If the first run worked with xndt_dyn=6, then don't bother with the second idea. As I said, you can't change the coupling intervals in a continue run.
Dave
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 
Hi Zedong, I encountered the same problem and solved it by increasing xndt_dyn to 6. Was one month enough for you to integrate past that instability point? Thanks.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 

zdliu

Member
Hi! HuiAt last I runned for 3 months. I ever runned one month for test, it is ok "seemingly".For insurance purposes, I use 3-months.
 
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