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Re^7: Stack backtrace (Firefly 8.0.1 Linux mpich1 ssh) /// now: *** ERROR, ILLEGAL BASIS FUNCTION TYPE=NITROGEN IGAUSS= 7


Dear Dr. Granovsky,
many thanks for help! Now I get different problem: some mis-interpretation of the basis. Looks like this:

I post your message here (addressing my backtrace problem), and also attach output.

Yours, Vitaly

Dear Vitaly,

I have tested firefly on your system and found no problems.

Looking into ff805 directory I was able to identify the source of your problems.
Most likely you was using -ex switch that was pointed to the same location where
ex files reside and that was used for calculations. This results in corruption of *.ex
files as firefly copies read these files from -ex location and writes them to the working
directory. In your case these  files get overridden by the parts of themselves.

You always need to store *.ex files separately. Otherwise, you should not use
-ex  command line option. In the future versions we'll add a check for this condition.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Alex Granovsky

On Wed Apr 16 '14 1:50pm, Vitaly wrote
>Dear Dr. Granovsky,
>I sent the details for connection by e-mail.
>Yours, Vitaly
>On Wed Apr 16 '14 12:13pm, Alex Granovsky wrote
>>Dear Vitaly,

>>you need to allow ssh connections to your computer from outside
>>of the world. Most likely, ssh is installed by default but you
>>may need to check firewall settings.

>>In addition, you need to create account for me. During my tests,
>>I will need gdb and strace so you may need to install them.    

>>All the best,
>>Alex Granovsky
>>On Wed Apr 16 '14 3:34am, Vitaly wrote
>>>Dear Dr. Granovsky,

>>>I can connect that computer to a separate IP. What software I need to install to make the connection possible? I am running Ubuntu (64 bit).
>>>Once I get your reply and arrange everything, I will send you an e-mail.

>>>Yours, Vitaly
>>>On Tue Apr 15 '14 1:05pm, Alex Granovsky wrote
>>>>Dear Vitaly,

>>>>is it possible to get remote access to this computer system?

>>>>Kind regards,
>>>>Alex Granovsky
>>>>On Tue Apr 15 '14 11:47am, Vitaly wrote
>>>>>Dear Dr. Granovsky,

>>>>>attached is the dump file

>>>>>Yours, Vitaly
>>>>>On Tue Apr 15 '14 11:01am, Alex Granovsky wrote
>>>>>>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
>>>>>>>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.


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