Re: Debugging stochastic programs

>It is one program compiled as a whole, using Intel FC 8.0 for Linux.

Have you made sure it is compiling without warnings? Have you enabled all
warnings and checked them out? Has the code been compiled with any OTHER
compilers? Is it warning-free with them as well?

Intermittents are a b*tch; it is good to eliminate all possible sources of
glitchiness when they crop up. Finding and addressing all warnings is ONE
thing to try.

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