Opened 9 years ago

Closed 9 years ago

#400 closed help (fixed)

Job stopped working - used to work before Christmas

Reported by: danpeake Owned by: willie
Component: UM Model Keywords:
Cc: Platform:
UM Version: 6.1

Description

My job xeuib is not running for an unknown reason - this job was working before Christmas. Any help or insight would be useful. The aim of the job is to take a PP start dump (converted from GRIB format in a previous model run) and forecast forward for 4 days outputting lateral boundary conditions every hour.

xeuib: Starting run

Segmentation fault! Fault address: 0x7fff721a89f0

Fault address is 2106738192 bytes below the nearest valid
mapping boundary, which is at 0x7fffefacd000.

This is likely to have been caused by a stack overflow.
Use your shell's ulimit or limit command to see if your
stack size limit is too small.
_pmii_daemon(SIGCHLD): PE 27 exit signal Aborted
[NID 15646]Apid 1728610: initiated application termination
diff: /work/n02/n02/danpeake/tmp/tmp.nid00004.3009/xeuib.xhist: No such file or directory
qsexecute: Copying /work/n02/n02/danpeake/xeuib/xeuib.thist to backup thist file /work/n02/n02/danpeake/xeuib/xeuib.thist_keep
xeuib: Run failed

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by willie

  • Owner changed from um_support to willie
  • Status changed from new to accepted

Hi Dan,

I have not been able to find the problem with this job. I took the standard job N320 job xdgna and applied it to your start file and LAM and it has successfully produced the boundary conditions.

As for xeuib, there are some STASH errors (do Ctl V on the STASH page) and the job appears to be N216. I don't knwo the provenance of the job, so I can't comment further.

It is sometimes useful to look at the 'Job History' on the UMUI page. This is a record of the changes you made to the job.

I hope this helps,

Regards,

Willie

comment:2 Changed 9 years ago by willie

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from accepted to closed
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