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Old   June 4, 2020, 04:49
Default addr2line failed error and Segmentation fault error
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Hello everyone,

My simulation stops after running for about 20 hours. I am using HPC facility for simulation. Openfoam version is v1712.
After running about 20 hours, job gets killed by showing following error (attached below).

I am unable to solve this issue. So I am asking for forums help.

Note: The code is a modified buoyancy based heat transfer solver present in Openfoam. This error didn't occured on my desktop and it ran for weeks without any error.
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Hello everyone,

My simulation stops after running for about 20 hours. I am using HPC facility for simulation. Openfoam version is v1712.
After running about 20 hours, job gets killed by showing following error (attached below).

I am unable to solve this issue. So I am asking for forums help.

Note: The code is a modified buoyancy based heat transfer solver present in Openfoam. This error didn't occured on my desktop and it ran for weeks without any error.
Anyone know about this issue?
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