[gmx-developers] CVS Version - segmentation faults in double precision
baaden at smplinux.de
Wed Jun 22 10:57:50 CEST 2005
>>> Berk Hess said:
>> It could be many things.
>> Compilation problems for instance.
>> The first thing to try is check out a fresh CVS tree and compile only a
>> double precision
>> It could depend on the machine type. I am running a 64 bit compilation
>> on an AMD64.
>> On thing to check could be doing:
>> setenv NOASSEMBLYLOOPS
>> and then run, if this runs there is a problem with running the assembly
>> You can also use the debugger.
>> Compile with:
>> make CFLAGS=-g
>> and then run mdrun with gdb.
Thanks for these precious suggestions.
Running with NOASSEMBLYLOOPS works ... !!
... so what exactly means problem with the assembly loops ?
A problem (bug) in Gromacs, or some problem with the assembler
used on my machine locally, or .. ?
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