Dear all When it comes the ti
When it comes the time to write data, my simulation crashes, issueing the following output (using a SGE queue system):
n-1<4053> ssi:boot:base:linear: booting n55 (tpol59)
n-1<4053> ssi:boot:base:linear: booting n56 (tpol61)
n-1<4053> ssi:boot:base:linear: booting n57 (tpol62)
n-1<4053> ssi:boot:base:linear: finished
--> FOAM FATAL ERROR : NO_READ specified for read-constructor of object U_0 of class IOobject
Function: regIOobject::readStream(const word&)
in file: db/regIOobject/regIOobjectRead.C at line: 53.
FOAM parallel run aborting
One of the processes started by mpirun has exited with a nonzero exit
code. This typically indicates that the process finished in error.
If your process did not finish in error, be sure to include a "return
0" or "exit(0)" in your C code before exiting the application.
PID 23695 failed on node n0 (10.1.1.64) with exit status 1.
It seems to be a read problem (NO_READ on U_0), but it happens at the exact instant of writing the fields. p, k, etc.. are writen, but when it comes to U_0, it crashes...
Do you have any clue?
Have a search on the site for
Have a search on the site for NO_READ or nfs. This problem has been discussed before quite a few times.
Hi, am trying to incomperat
am trying to incomperate stress analysis in the icoFoam solver but after copying the solver into my user application bin and modifying, its giving me this error "getApplicationClass::Invalid application class name" followed by the name of my application. Can somebody please help
Hi, am trying to inco-opera
am trying to inco-operate stress analysis in the icoFoam solver but after copying the solver into my user application bin and modifying, its giving me this error "getApplicationClass::Invalid application class name" followed by the name of my application. Can somebody please help
This message is from FoamX?
This message is from FoamX?
The application class is whatever is in system/controlDict in the 'application' setting.
If you have created a new solver and want to use it from FoamX you will also need to create the corresponding configuration files (try to find e.g. icoFoam.cfg and have a look at that)
Thanks Mattijs, I found the p
I found the posts about the NO_READ problems, and now OpenFOAM is able to write the time directories.
The only thing is that now if I change writeInterval in controlDict (after stopping the simulation), it doesnot use the new values in the next run...
I also observed that it actually updates to the new values on the next days or two... which is weird.
I checked the date on the machines and the time on the files and seems normal.
Is there anything else I can check?
Is this weird behaviour caused by a change in fileModificationSkew? (I changed it to 1000000 and later to 100)
Thanks a lot
Check your nfs update interval
Check your nfs update interval. This is usually a few seconds. Just e.g. 'touch' a file and see when it appears on the other machines.
Just saw this one: For peop
Just saw this one:
For people whose cluster is not time-synchronized: check out NFStimesync.
It runs in user space and makes all computers appear to run the same time.
Cac someone help me please. I
Cac someone help me please. I have this problem when running Stressed Foam. The only changes I have made is on E and nu, which are now time dependant. the problem seems to be with exp(t/T) function but don't know how to clear it.
dimensionedScalar t = runTime++;
Info<< "Normalising E : E/rho\n" << endl;
dimensionedScalar E = rhoE/rho*
1.0 - 0.015*(1.0 - exp(-(t/T1))) - 0.08*(1.0 - exp(-(t/T2))) - 0.0266*(1.0 - exp(-(t/T3)))
dimensionedScalar nu = ((74.01 - E)/148.02);
Info<< "Calculating Lame's coefficients\n" << endl;
dimensionedScalar mu = E/(2.0*(1.0 + nu));
dimensionedScalar lambda = nu*E/((1.0 + nu)*(1.0 - 2.0*nu));
dimensionedScalar threeK = E/(1.0 - 2.0*nu);
the constants T1, T2, T3 are declared as below
Info<< "Reading relaxation time constants\n" << endl;
but when I run the solver I get the following error
FOAM FATAL ERROR : ds not dimensionless
Function: exp(const dimensionedScalar& ds)
in file: dimensionedTypes/dimensionedScalar/dimensionedScalar.C at line 157.
I thought t = runTime++ is in seconds and hence T are dimensioned in seconds.
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