I have been synchronizing, building and debugging files using the VMS IDE for the past couple weeks and things have been working well. Recently however, I synchronized one of our larger Fortran files (over 3000 lines). Synchronizing it locally seemed to work ok, I made the edits, then synchronized it back to VMS. The output log said that the upload of that file was successful. When I went to build, it failed. VS Code also gave me a waarning saying that it got truncated after 7200 characters. Upon further investigation, it appeared that the build was only trying to build code from the first third of the file. I went into VMS and did a type command on the code file, and after outputting the first third of the code file, it errored out with the following message:
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%TYPE-F-WRITEERR, error writing SYS$OUTPUT:.;
-RMS-F-SYS, QIO system service request failed
-SYSTEM-F-EXQUOTA, process quota exceeded
Doing a type command on the previous version of the file (before any synchronizations), successfully outputs the full file. I deleted the most recent version on both VMS and locally then added some text to the end of the file, synchronized again, did my type command and had the same issue. I did this same test, except I removed text from the code file instead of adding text, and still got the same results. What could cause this issue?