problem with gcm_to_cclm test – in #12: CCLM Starter Package Support

in #12: CCLM Starter Package Support

Hi,
you cannot modify the MPI _INT value. This is a value given by the MPI Library used and it can be different for different computers. You should find more information on this value in the documentation of your MPI library used (it is the MPI _INTEGER value). In the documentation you can see whether the value 1275069467 is correct or not.
Furthermore you could check what “Exit code -5” means on your system. Are you running interactively or per batch? Maybe you have to increase the stack size for your run (with “ulimit -s unlimited”)

  @ulrichschättler in #a956d42

Hi,
you cannot modify the MPI _INT value. This is a value given by the MPI Library used and it can be different for different computers. You should find more information on this value in the documentation of your MPI library used (it is the MPI _INTEGER value). In the documentation you can see whether the value 1275069467 is correct or not.
Furthermore you could check what “Exit code -5” means on your system. Are you running interactively or per batch? Maybe you have to increase the stack size for your run (with “ulimit -s unlimited”)

Hi,
you cannot modify the MPI _INT value. This is a value given by the MPI Library used and it can be different for different computers. You should find more information on this value in the documentation of your MPI library used (it is the MPI _INTEGER value). In the documentation you can see whether the value 1275069467 is correct or not.
Furthermore you could check what “Exit code -5” means on your system. Are you running interactively or per batch? Maybe you have to increase the stack size for your run (with “ulimit -s unlimited”)