segmentation fault

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segmentation fault

Postby jagabandhu » Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:02 am

Hi

I am using WRF in a linux cluster. Even though there is enough memory, it is saying segmentation fault while post-processing the WRF output files........Not sure what is going on......please help if some one has faced such problems. The whole WRF including ARWpost are compiled using intel compiler

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Re: segmentation fault

Postby pankaj_kgp » Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:15 am

Hi...

I am also facing the problem of segmentation fault (core is dumped) when the ARWpost v.3 is run to convert wrfout files to GRADS display format. The problem is displayed as below:

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ARWpost v3.0
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FOUND the following input files:
./wrfout_file

START PROCESSING DATA

Processing time --- 2009-12-12_06:00:00
Found the right date - continue
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


my ARWpost namelist is as below:

&datetime
start_date = '2009-12-12_06:00:00',
end_date = '2009-12-14_18:00:00',
interval_seconds = 21000,
tacc = 0,
debug_level = 0,
/

&io
io_form_input = 2,
input_root_name = './wrfout_file'
output_root_name = './test'
plot = 'all_list'
fields = 'height,pressure,tk,tc'
output_type = 'grads'
mercator_defs = .true.
/
split_output = .true.
frames_per_outfile = 2

plot = 'all'
plot = 'list'
plot = 'all_list'
! Below is a list of all available diagnostics
fields = 'height,geopt,theta,tc,tk,td,td2,rh,rh2,umet,vmet,pressure,u10m,v10m,wdir,wspd,wd10,ws10,slp,mcape,mcin,lcl,lfc,cape,cin,dbz,max_dbz,clfr'


&interp
interp_method = 1,
interp_levels = 1000.,950.,900.,850.,800.,750.,700.,650.,600.,550.,500.,450.,400.,350.,300.,250.,200.,150.,100.,
/
extrapolate = .true.

interp_method = 0, ! 0 is model levels, -1 is nice height levels, 1 is user specified pressure/height

interp_levels = 1000.,950.,900.,850.,800.,750.,700.,650.,600.,550.,500.,450.,400.,350.,300.,250.,200.,150.,100.,
interp_levels = 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, 1.00, 2.00, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00, 7.00, 8.00, 9.00, 10.0, 11.0, 12.0, 13.0, 14.0, 15.0, 16.0, 17.0, 18.0, 19.0, 20.0,


please post a reply soon as there is no specific solution to this issue so far in search results.

Thanks in advance
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