I have an evaluation inside a Paralleltable which sometimes gives me warning messages. After a certain amount of warning messages it will say:
General::stop : "Further output of "General::munfl", "MessageName" will be suppressed during this calculation
Unfortunately, this message number limit seems to apply for each parallel kernel separately.
Now, since I calculate on a lot of parallel kernels and the specific message I get is kind of long, I get 10 pages worth of warnings (if I were to print them), so I was wondering whether there is some setting where I can customize how many error messages I want before the General::stop message.
I don't want to completely disable these warnings, which is the only advice I found so far, as it is helpful to know some warnings occured, but as it is now it is very cumbersome to delete all the messages manually each time.
If there is a way to have one kernel print the messages, and mute the others, that would also be a possible solution (At least in my use case, because if one kernel produces error messages, they all do, but this way of solving it might be less useful to other users who search for this problem). Is there a way to do that?