|May 8, 2015, 13:47||
[Solved] Strange error when using decomposePar -> "Only 0 provided."?
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[Edit: Solved! It was just my own mistake ... didn't apply the boundary conditions correctly. Sorry! ]
I am using "decomposePar -force" to split my domain up onto eight cores. I used the
tool before (only with a slightly smaller mesh) and everything worked as expected.
Now I increased the size of my domain and I get this (strange) error. It also seems that
no one has had such an error as google can't find anything alike ...
.... Processor 7 Number of cells = 124956 Number of faces shared with processor 3 = 4187 Number of faces shared with processor 5 = 3272 Number of faces shared with processor 6 = 2359 Number of processor patches = 3 Number of processor faces = 9818 Number of boundary faces = 5856 Number of processor faces = 37240 Max number of cells = 124956 (0.000400142450712% above average 124955.5) Max number of processor patches = 7 (47.3684210526% above average 4.75) Max number of faces between processors = 11196 (20.2577873255% above average 9310) Time = 8800 --> FOAM FATAL ERROR: Only 0 provided. Need at least three non-colinear points to be able to interpolate. From function pointToPointPlanarInterpolation::calcCoordinateSystem(const pointField&) in file triSurface/triSurfaceTools/pointToPointPlanarInterpolation.C at line 57. FOAM exiting
is intended and all boundary files exist and have the needed patches defined.
Anyone out there who can give me a hint??
Last edited by cico0815; May 8, 2015 at 14:51. Reason: Case closed ... my mistake!
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