[gmx-users] Gromacs 2018.3 with CUDA - segmentation fault (core dumped)
pall.szilard at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 23:45:38 CET 2018
That suggest there is an issue related to the CUDA FFT library -- or
something else indirectly related. Can you use a newer CUDA and try to see
if with -pmefft gpu you are still getting a crash?
On Mon, Nov 12, 2018, 11:58 AM Krzysztof Kolman <krzysztof.kolman at gmail.com
> > Dear Benson and Szilard,
> > Thank you for your interest. Benson, I will try to answer you questions
> > first:
> > 1) No, I have only tested 2018.3 so far. I just changed from Gromacs
> > and these are my first tests.
> > 2) Not yet but I plan to do it.
> > 3) The results look reasonable after restart
> > 4) I think so but I did not this time. My computer has 16 gb of ram and I
> > checked the ram utilization 2h before the crash. It was only using 2gb
> > of 16gb.
> > 5) I use my private computer so I think it should be possible to
> > if needed or run with debug infortmation.
> > Szilard. No but they are quite close. The first crashed happened at
> > 22536600, the second one 45006200. I did earlier different simulation
> > and it also crashed (seg fault) after around 12 h.
> Ok. After more research I have manage to solve the problem. Mdrun with
> following flags does not trigger seg fault anymore:
> gmx mdrun -v -deffnm md_0_1 -nb gpu -pme cpu -pmefft cpu
> > Best regards,
> > Krzysztof
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