Compiling with CGNS Support
I am trying to import an cgns file but keep receiving an error within the Geometry Preprocessing:
"------------------------- Geometry Preprocessing ------------------------
Setting local point and element connectivity.
Checking the numerical grid orientation.
Identifying edges and vertices.
Computing centers of gravity.
Setting the control volume structure.
Searching for the closest normal neighbors to the surfaces.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)"
the input/output information within the cfg file looks like that:
% ------------------------- INPUT/OUTPUT INFORMATION --------------------------%
% Mesh input file format (SU2, CGNS, NETCDF_ASCII)
% Mesh input file
% Convert a CGNS mesh to SU2 format (YES, NO)
% Converted SU2 mesh filename
% Mesh output file
But I actually don’t believe that the inp-file is the issue... Regarding to the instructions for cgns import I have installed cgnslib_3.1.4 within the SU2 directory.
(I am a noop when it comes to linux, but I am running Ubuntu and I was simple doing: ./configure -> make -> make install, which was so far that I can tell successful) and before that I have installed hdf5-1.8.12 in the root directory (same way).
Within the SU2_CFD/obj (there was no SU2_CFD/config/ directory) I have removed "-DNO_CGNS" from the Makefile but after checking Makefile.in I haven found that compiler within the c++-comp. list..
If anybody has any ideas where I went wrong I appreciate any ideas
sure, please see attached file;)
It may be that the library is not correctly linked. Are you building SU2 using the ./configure -> make -> make install process? Within our configure process, we have an option to build with the CGNS library. The configure process will then create new makefiles for you automatically that have removed the -DNO_CGNS directive from all the pertinent makefiles.
Can you please verify that you are building with CGNS by checking the console output from configure or sharing your command line argument that you enter for the configure step (type './configure --help' to see all of the available configure options)?
Hope this helps,
you were absolutly right. I just linked one of the cgns library but finally succeeded! Thanks a lot for that;)
I was able to run an simple mesh (with low) quality, but when I am using a little bigger one with about 1 mio elements I receive the follwoing error:
"Successfully wrote the SU2 mesh file.
Three dimensional problem.
10346324 inner elements.
terminate called after throwing an instance of `st9bad_alloc`
Aborted (core dumped)"
any clues where that might comes from?
Also, does the same error happen if you convert the mesh to SU2 format and then attempt the same simulation with the native SU2 mesh?
does anybody know what that means when I am trying parallel computation?
mpirun was unable to launch the specified application as it could not access
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while attempting to start process rank 0.
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