[mesa-users] sigsegv

Amber Lauer alauer1 at tigers.lsu.edu
Wed Jan 21 18:43:06 EST 2015


Sorry, I meant to say that I have already given the pertinent info to Bill
and he recommended throwing the old model away and starting over. I still
have a working version of the model on my laptop, so I'm going to try and
save it a bit longer before I give up.

On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 5:41 PM, Amber Lauer <alauer1 at tigers.lsu.edu> wrote:

> Thanks guys, for your help. It's not an environment variable issue, I've
> been using mesa for a while so I'm all set on that front. Also, this model
> is the only one that doesn't work. Robert, I think it's an intel compiler
> issue, but I think it's my fault. I think it has something to do with the
> kluging i did to get this model to work (it is an inherited model for which
> I was not given the source code)
>
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 10:39 AM, Robert FARMER <rjfarmer at asu.edu> wrote:
>
>> Hi
>> Can you tell me what version of mesa, the version of the sdk and the
>> inlists your using please?
>>
>> Its unlikely to be MPI as mesa doesn't use MPI.
>>
>> Rob
>>
>> On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 9:25 AM, Max Katz <maxpkatz at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> In my experience, the most likely explanation for "this worked before
>>> and now it didn't" in MESA is something like, before you properly had the
>>> MESA SDK environment variables set, and this time you don't. Or now there's
>>> some other package installed on your system (like an updated MPI) that
>>> changed between now and then.
>>>
>>> Max Katz
>>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>>> Vice President, Graduate Student Organization
>>> Stony Brook University
>>> http://astro.sunysb.edu/mkatz/
>>>
>>> On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 1:10 AM, Amber Lauer <alauer1 at tigers.lsu.edu>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> for all my googling the internets seems to think it's an MPI problem,
>>>> but I can't figure anything out beyond that.
>>>>
>>>> On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 11:40 PM, Amber Lauer <alauer1 at tigers.lsu.edu>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I returned from vacation having left a working install. Before my
>>>>> departure I was attempting to run a previously compiled star executable
>>>>> from a colleague's model and the accompanying inlists. I was running into a
>>>>> version error, but it ran. Now it no longer runs, and I get this:
>>>>>
>>>>> forrtl: severe (174): SIGSEGV, segmentation fault occurred
>>>>> Image              PC                Routine            Line
>>>>>  Source
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000B6174C  utils_dict_mp_do_         265
>>>>>  utils_dict.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000B5F93B  utils_lib_mp_inte         754
>>>>>  utils_lib.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000A494B7  chem_isos_io_mp_d         111
>>>>>  chem_isos_io.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000A44DA8  chem_lib_mp_chem_          43
>>>>>  chem_lib.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000439288  star_private_def_        1383
>>>>>  star_private_def.f
>>>>> star_wd3           000000000056563F  init_mp_do_star_i          77
>>>>>  init.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000408E5C  star_lib_mp_star_          55
>>>>>  star_lib.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000424CF2  run_star_support_        1790
>>>>>  run_star_support.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000413472  run_star_support_        1920
>>>>>  run_star_support.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000406A5B  run_star_mp_do_ru          15
>>>>>  run_star.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000406B4E  MAIN__                     13
>>>>>  run.f
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000405CDC  Unknown               Unknown
>>>>>  Unknown
>>>>> libc.so.6          00007FCEB6D8CEC5  Unknown               Unknown
>>>>>  Unknown
>>>>> star_wd3           0000000000405BD9  Unknown               Unknown
>>>>>  Unknown
>>>>>
>>>>> I traced the lines referred to, the first has ierr =0 and the rest
>>>>> refer to ierr or call it as a variable.
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Amber Lauer. M.S. Physics
>>>>> PhD Student,
>>>>> Graduate School of Physics,
>>>>> Louisiana State University
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Amber Lauer. M.S. Physics
>>>> PhD Student,
>>>> Graduate School of Physics,
>>>> Louisiana State University
>>>>
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>>
>
>
> --
> Amber Lauer. M.S. Physics
> PhD Student,
> Graduate School of Physics,
> Louisiana State University
>



-- 
Amber Lauer. M.S. Physics
PhD Student,
Graduate School of Physics,
Louisiana State University
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