Dear SMOKE users,
I am using SMOKEv4.8.1 (precompiled executables from the CMAS) to process point source, but keep running into this segmentation fault when LAYPOINT was started.
Program LAYPOINT to take a SMOKE point source inventory file and dot- and cross-point meteorology files and construct a point source layer fractions matrix for all selected hours and an optional report of plume exceeding a user-defined layer number. The program uses a Briggs method that has been adapted for multiple layers. You will need to enter the logical names for the input and output files (and to have set them prior to program start, using "setenv <logicalname> <pathname>"). You may use END_OF-FILE (control-D) to quit the program during logical-name entry. Default responses are given in brackets [LIKE THIS] and can be accepted by hitting the <RETURN> key. at time 12:00:00 forrtl: severe (174): SIGSEGV, segmentation fault occurred Image PC Routine Line Source laypoint 000000000060ACBD Unknown Unknown Unknown libpthread-2.17.s 00002B5082A296D0 Unknown Unknown Unknown laypoint 0000000000496C52 bmatvec_ 566 bmatvec.f laypoint 0000000000409EA5 MAIN__ 1204 laypoint.f laypoint 0000000000403E5E Unknown Unknown Unknown libc-2.17.so 00002B5082E5C445 __libc_start_main Unknown Unknown laypoint 0000000000403D69 Unknown Unknown Unknown
I have tried to increase the RAM and unlimited the stacksize , but the segmentation fault is still there.
The laypoint log was stoped here:
"PLAY" opened as UNKNOWN(R-W) File name "/gpfs/share/home/CTM/SMOKE/smoke4.8.1/data/run_sc_12km/scenario/play.point.2017001.b12.ncf" File type GRDDED3 Execution ID "????????????????" Grid name "" Dimensions: 3 rows, 1 cols, 13 lays, 1 vbles NetCDF ID: 327680 opened as READWRITE Starting date and time 2017001:120000 (12:00:00 Jan. 01, 2017) Timestep 010000 (1:00:00 hh:mm:ss) Maximum current record number 0 Reading source data from inventory file... Value for IOAPI_ISPH: '12' Value for IOAPI_ISPH: '12' INITSPHERES: input sphere WGS 84 Determining elevated/plume-in-grid sources... NOTE: All non-PinG sources are potentially elevated NOTE: No PinG sources will be modeled Calculating hourly layer fractions... Processing Tuesday Jan. 01, 2017
Could you please advise how to solve this problem?