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Re: Stack backtrace (Firefly 8.0.1 Linux mpich1 ssh)

Alex Granovsky
gran@classic.chem.msu.su


Dear Vitaly,

to try to help you I need a more complete debug output

I need a dump of registers which is printed before a stack trace.

You can get the debug messages in a file using:

./firefly801 -i cbmim_ccpvtz.inp -o cbmim_ccpvtz.out -f -stdext -b cc-pvtz.lib -p4pg procgrp 2>&1 >dump.out


Kind regards,
Alex Granovsky

On Tue Apr 15 '14 5:16am, Vitaly wrote
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>Dear colleagues,
>I try to run FF, and get "Stack backtrace" error. The last few lines of output message:
>Stack backtrace

>esp :: 0xffd8da18, ebp :: 0xffd8de58, eip :: 0x080a4e54
>esp :: 0xffd8de58, ebp :: 0xffd8df88, eip :: 0x080a2de4
>esp :: 0xffd8df88, ebp :: 0xffd8dfa8, eip :: 0x080a2f61
>esp :: 0xffd8dfa8, ebp :: 0x00000000, eip :: 0x098a8eac

>Aborting job...
>__

>here's a command line:
>./firefly801 -i cbmim_ccpvtz.inp -o cbmim_ccpvtz.out -p4pg procgrp -f -stdext -b cc-pvtz.lib

>Did anyone face such thing? I checked this forum and didn't find a hint.

>UPD: also before "memory damp" in the terminal it printed several lines like
>TID 2816 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>TID 2819 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>TID 2817 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>TID 2822 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>eax :: 0xf61f0420,
>TID 2813 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>TID 2812 caught signal 11.
>Dump of registers follows
>eax :: 0xf61d0420, edx :: 0x00000000
>TID 2814 caught signal 11.

>etc


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