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ptaylor@...
Model Runtime Error

When running the model everything seems to runtime correctly until just after the model outputs, "contract init: establish domain & router for lnd."

The error is a SIGSEGV: 11, but I cannot find anyone else who had the same problem at the same place I did.

The last few lines of the output are listed below. Any help would be appreciated.

(main) -------------------------------------------------------------------------
(main) send domain info to land model? (optional)
(main) -------------------------------------------------------------------------
(main) lnd requests optional domain data exchange
(main) -------------------------------------------------------------------------
(main) contract init: establish domain & router for lnd
(main) -----------------------------------------------------------------------

...There is some space in here before the error.

(cpl_contract_init) cpl-recv-lnd
(cpl_domain_info) <--- domain data type info dump START --->
(cpl_domain_info) name = lnd contract domain, suffix = l
(cpl_domain_info) n,ni,nj = 32768 256 128
(cpl_mct_aVect_info) local size = 16384
(cpl_mct_aVect_info) rList = lat:lon:area:aream:index:mask:pid
(cpl_domain_info) <--- domain data type info dump END --->
(cpl_bundle_init) bundle: Xc2l_l, lSize : 16384, domain: lnd contract domain
nFlds : 18, rList : Sa_z:Sa_u:Sa_v:Sa_tbot:Sa_ptem:Sa_shum:Sa_dens:Sa_pbot:Sa_
lv:Faxa_lwdn:Faxa_rainc:Faxa_rainl:Faxa_snowc:Faxa_snowl:Faxa_swndr:Faxa_swvdr
axa_swndf:Faxa_swvdf
(cpl_contract_init) cpl-recv-roff
(cpl_domain_info) <--- domain data type info dump START --->
(cpl_domain_info) name = roff contract domain, suffix = r
(cpl_domain_info) n,ni,nj = 259200 720 360
(cpl_mct_aVect_info) local size = 129600
(cpl_mct_aVect_info) rList = lat:lon:area:aream:index:mask:pid
(cpl_domain_info) <--- domain data type info dump END --->

p0_27540: p4_error: interrupt SIGSEGV: 11

Thanks,

Pat

avenger@...

do it always bug in the very same position of the running process? If it changes 'randomly' from places where the segvs happen that could indicate deffective RAM. Otherwise, generally segvs indicate attempts to access memory areas outside the application's reserved addresses, for example in buffer overflows or dangling pointers.

I hope this information can be of some use to solve your problem.

avenger@...

I suppose we got a 'spam' reply to this topic that were promptly erased?

I got a "Reply to thread 'Model Runtime Error'" email from eval(unescape('%64%6f%63%75%6d%65%6e%74%2e%77%72%69%74%65%28%27%3c%61%20%68%72%65%66%3d%22%6d%61%69%6c%74%6f%3a%76%62%75%6c%6c%65%74%69%6e%40%63%67%64%2e%75%63%61%72%2e%65%64%75%22%20%63%6c%61%73%73%3d%22%62%62%2d%65%6d%61%69%6c%22%3e%76%62%75%6c%6c%65%74%69%6e%40%63%67%64%2e%75%63%61%72%2e%65%64%75%3c%2f%61%3e%27%29%3b')); containing as message body with some weirdo information that did not appear here...

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