I am hoping that someone can provide direction on the following problem.
./charmm -i h2o-graphene-styr-heat.inp -o h2o-graphene-styr-heat.log&
Program received signal SIGSEGV: Segmentation fault - invalid memory reference.
Backtrace for this error:
#0 0x150079847bd0 in ???
#1 0x150079846e25 in ???
#2 0x1500794fee2f in ???
#3 0x55a89bce2710 in ???
#4 0x55a89b794139 in ???
#5 0x55a89b4d6ff4 in ???
#6 0x55a89b4d8d72 in ???
#7 0x55a89b4d5bde in ???
#8 0x1500794e9cc9 in __libc_start_main
#9 0x55a89b4d5c39 in ???
I have downloaded the free version of charrm C45b1, from the charmm website.
This is the operating system on my local laptop:
Sun Sep 06 16:33:28 [rossi@debian ~]$uname -a
Linux debian 5.7.0-3-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.7.17-1 (2020-08-23) x86_64 GNU/Linux
This is the gnu compiler version on my local laptop.
Sun Sep 06 16:33:34 [rossi@debian ~]$gcc -dumpversion
10 or version 10.2.0
The same error above occurs with the parallel version on my laptop, and
both exercutables were compiled with cmake.
Here is the gnu compiler version on the UConn cluster:
[anr11010@cn02 misc]$gcc -dumpversion
The same input above file works with a parallel version of charmm C45b1 on the UConn Linux cluster.
I understand that my laptop has a very new version of the compiler, but has charmm been tested with the latest and greatest versions of the gnu compiler?
Any help, direction, hints, and ideas would be extremely helpful.
Thanks so much for your attention to this.