[Wrf-users] WRF/WPS 3.3 geogrid.exe segfault
Michael.Zulauf at iberdrolaren.com
Tue May 10 17:03:03 MDT 2011
I'm having troubles getting a working WRF/WPS 3.3 using PGI compilers.
For my most recent attempt, I used:
I'm building WPS with GRIB2 support:
Everything appears to build correctly (unlike my previous attempts with
an older version of PGI), but when I try to run geogrid, I get a
segmentation fault when processing LANDUSEF for domain 1. There are no
useful clues in the output or the geogrid.log. This is for a model
setup that is working well with WRF/WPS 3.2.1.
I realize there are a lot of ways that things can go wrong. Has anybody
gotten WRF/WPS 3.3 working with PGI 10.3 or 10.5? If so, I was
wondering if somebody could maybe share their configure.wrf and
configure.wps files with me. If it's not obvious from the configure
files, I'd also like the details of the versions of libraries you're
building against. I'd like to try and match up my set of libraries and
compiler options (etc) in a similar way, to see if I can get this
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