Re: [gembud] gdbiint Segmentation Fault - GEMPAK6.2.0 on Centos 5.5 i386

Thanks Chiz.

 

The problem was definitely resolved when I lowered my kxky to 720;500.

 

The other kxky came from an old nex2gini script. I am trying to
duplicate the same results but using gdradr instead of nex2gini.

 

Thanks.

 

Andrew Little

Weather Systems Analyst

Universal Weather & Aviation

8787 Tallyho Road

Houston, Texas 77061

(713) 947-5633

(713) 504-2719

 

alittle@xxxxxxxxxxxx

 

Success from the word GO.

 

From: Steven.Chiswell@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:Steven.Chiswell@xxxxxxxxxxxx]

Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 7:31 AM
To: Jeff Lake - Admin
Cc: Andrew Little; gembud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [gembud] gdbiint Segmentation Fault - GEMPAK6.2.0 on Centos
5.5 i386

 

That's a grid of 14,345,000 points. LLMXGD is the limit. 

Chz 



From:        "Jeff Lake - Admin" <admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
To:        "Andrew Little" <alittle@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
<gembud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Date:        11/22/2010 08:17 PM 
Subject:        Re: [gembud] gdbiint Segmentation Fault - GEMPAK6.2.0 on
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whats strange is I had that problem with 5.11.4 
now with 6.2 works excellent 
  
  
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Andrew Little <mailto:alittle@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  
To: gembud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Sent: Monday, November 22, 2010 6:55 PM 
Subject: [gembud] gdbiint Segmentation Fault - GEMPAK6.2.0 on Centos 5.5
i386 

I am trying to run $GEMEXE/gdbiint on some grids I created from gdradr
and gdcfil. However, when running gdbiint I end up with a "Segmentation
Fault". 
Attached are my gdradr and gdcfil scripts. 
  
GEMPAK-GDBIINT>l 
GDFILE   = ruc.gem 
GDOUTF   = usptype.gem 
GFUNC    = tmpk 
GLEVEL   = 30:0 
GVCORD   = pdly 
GDATTIM  = f000 
GDNUM    =   
 GEMPAK-GDBIINT>r 
  Building interpolation array for  4750 columns  3020 rows 
Segmentation fault 
  
I checked gdb for where the problem lies. 
(gdb) file /usr/nawips/GEMPAK/os/linux/bin/gdbiint
(gdb) run 
Starting program: /usr/nawips/GEMPAK6.2.0/os/linux/bin/gdbiint 
Detaching after fork from child process 30703. 
Creating process: gplt for queue 16744448 
GDFILE    Grid file                         usptype.gem 
GDOUTF    Output grid file                  usptype.gem 
GFUNC     Scalar grid
mask(slt(tmpc,0),rain2@0%none) 
GLEVEL    Grid level                        2 
GVCORD    Grid vertical coordinate          hght 
GDATTIM   Grid date/time                    f000 
GDNUM     Grid numbers                      LIST 
Parameters requested: GDFILE,GDOUTF,GFUNC,GLEVEL,GVCORD,GDATTIM,GDNUM. 
GEMPAK-GDBIINT>restore gdbiint.nts 
GEMPAK-GDBIINT>l 
GDFILE   = /usr/nawips/GEMPAK/../radar_testing/usptype/ruc.gem 
GDOUTF   = usptype.gem 
GFUNC    = tmpk 
GLEVEL   = 30:0 
GVCORD   = pdly 
GDATTIM  = f000 
GDNUM    =   
GEMPAK-GDBIINT>r 
  Building interpolation array for  4750 columns  3020 rows 
  
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 
0x080568d6 in gr_ltln (kx=@0xbfffcc68, ky=@0xbfffcc4c, rlat=0x85af520,
rlon=0x81dec20, iret=@0xbfffcc7c) at grltln.f:40 
40                      rlon (k) = fi 
(gdb) 
  
Anyone have any ideas why would this occur? 
Could this possibly be a bounds error which would be similar to the
nex2gini bug in GEMPAK5.11.4 especially since it references kx and ky? 
  
Thanks. 
  
Andrew Little 
Weather Systems Analyst 
Universal Weather & Aviation 
8787 Tallyho Road 
Houston, Texas 77061 
(713) 947-5633 
(713) 504-2719 
  
alittle@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:alittle@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  
  
Success from the word GO. 
  

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