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Nastran error: SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 3008 (PREFACE) INSUFFICIENT M

Nastran error: SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 3008 (PREFACE) INSUFFICIENT M

Nastran error: SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 3008 (PREFACE) INSUFFICIENT M

(OP)
Please help in getting rid of this msg.

" *** SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 3008 (PREFACE)
     INSUFFICIENT MEMORY AVAILABLE FOR SUBROUTINE LOOKUP
0FATAL ERROR
1                                        * * * END OF JOB * * *
 
 
 *** USER WARNING MESSAGE 1152 (XCLNUP)
     SOME DBSETS IN THIS DATA BASE WERE NOT INITIALIZED COMPLETELY.
     USER INFORMATION: THE DATA BASE CREATED IN THIS RUN IS TOO IMMATURE TO BE RESTARTED.
     USER ACTION: DELETE THIS DATA BASE BEFORE STARTING YOUR NEXT RUN."

Exact same file was running successfully a couple of days back but I wanted to speed up the process changing memory and this started appearing.
Kindly also suggest how to turn the memory back to default
  

RE: Nastran error: SYSTEM FATAL MESSAGE 3008 (PREFACE) INSUFFICIENT M

you might have forget to mention memory units while calling nastran.  

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