LUX(1) contains the file number and LUX(4) the record length. You will need this information when you read and write data to the file.
The following table lists the information currently stored in the Vector File Attribute List.
|LUX(1)||LUX||FMS file number.|
|LUX(2)||NONE||Reserved for future use.|
|LUX(3)||NUMEQ||Number of equations in the vector.|
|LUX(4)||LENREC||Length of the vector in words.|
This is the record length of file LUX in 8-byte words.
This may be rounded up from IDTYPE*NUMEQ.
|LUX(5)||IDTYPE||Data type (1=real, 2=complex).|
|LUX(6)||NUMVEC||Number of vectors.|
This is the number of records on file LUX.
This parameter catches possible errors when vector files are specified during the factoring and solution process. When the file is opened, IVSTAT is initialized to 0. After forward reduction and diagonal scaling, IVSTAT is set to 1. At the end of vector solution, IVSTAT is set to 2.
If a nonlinear analysis is being performed,and right-hand side vectors are written to the file more than once, IVSTAT must be reset to 0 as follows:
=0, In FMS managed memory or disk,
=1, In the application. This file was created by calling FMSOV2.
|NONE||Reserved for future use.|