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Old   September 14, 2016, 11:17
Default Fluent 17 Get_Domain segmentation fault !
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I am trying to execute an ondemand udf in which segmentation fault occurs, it runs ok in compiled mode but gives error in interpreted mode, to clear thing up i narrowed down the code and removed almost everything and tried to debug using line by line fprint messages to console ,what i've found is that it gives segmentation fault on the line :

domain = Get_Domain(1);

i am modeling single phase flow and the code used to work in fluent 15 without any error and also works in fluent 17 in compiled mode without error !

anyone else with the same problem ?
any help is appreciated.

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