Dear win2k-user,

I am running wien version 14.2 and have similar problem to that observed in 
thread 
http://wien.zeus.theochem.tuwien.ac.narkive.com/pXOQN5tX/maximum-number-of-k-points
 - the answer does not work for me. I also try to do calculation a Fermi 
surface with a very dense k-mesh (above 100000, Spacegroup: 129_P4/nmm), e.g.: 
x kgen 120000 or using xcrysden

In my case.outputkgen file, the maximum number of inequivalent k-points can 
only be lower than 9999. When the number of k points is larger, it gives ***** 
in the rows, as shown below:

case.outputkgen
9997(  0.234479  0.456618  0.000000)9998 (  0.234479  0.456618  0.012504)
 9999(  0.234479  0.456618  0.025008)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.037512)
 ****(  0.234479  0.456618  0.050016)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.062520)
 ****(  0.234479  0.456618  0.075024)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.087528)
 ****(  0.234479  0.456618  0.100032)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.112536)
 ****(  0.234479  0.456618  0.125040)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.137544)
 ****(  0.234479  0.456618  0.150048)**** (  0.234479  0.456618  0.162553)

in the reduz.f file i have 100 format(i6,4x,3i4,i8,2f10.5), so everything seems 
to be ok. I checked this out using gfortran and ifort compilation on two 
different machine type and still the issue persists. Can you help me?


Regards,

Arena, Moscow
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