[Users] interpolation error
Zach Etienne
zachetie at gmail.com
Thu May 30 10:03:03 CDT 2019
Hi Chia-Hui,
particle_tracerET already has a parameter for this: out_of_bounds_xyz
I follow the general rule of setting it to about 80% of my (coarsest) grid
size.
-Zach
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Prof. Zachariah Etienne
West Virginia University
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On Thu, May 30, 2019 at 10:58 AM Haas, Roland <rhaas at illinois.edu> wrote:
> Hello Chia-Hui,
>
> the error message indicates that the code tried to interpolation a
> quantity to location (x,y,z)=(-157.725,-576.349,-99.2027) but that the
> grid only has a size of (xmin,ymin,zmin)x(xmax,ymax,zmax) =
> (-576,-576,-576)x(576,576,576) (where I made a guess for the ymax and
> zmax values given that the output only shows the shape of the grid on
> one MPI rank).
>
> So the interpolation point is outside of the domain.
>
> Depending on what caused the interpolation this could mean eg that a
> tracer particle (given the function name
> "DoOneRK4StepForParticleTracerET") tried to leave the domain. This is
> something that needsto be fixed in the particle_tracerET thorn,
> probably by making it deactivate particles that get too close to the
> edge of the domain.
>
> Yours,
> Roland
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am using IllinoisGRMHD with the test with nsns_test.par in
> https://bitbucket.org/zach_etienne/wvuthorns_diagnostics/src/master/NSNS_parameter_files/
> .
> >
> > The simulation runs well until t~5300 and an error occurs. The error
> message is like this:
> >
> >
> > WARNING level 1 from host nid02210 process 0
> > while executing schedule bin particle_tracerET, routine
> particle_tracerET::DoOneRK4StepForParticleTracerET
> > in thorn AEILocalInterp, file
> /global/u1/c/chlin/et/Cactus/arrangements/Numerical/AEILocalInterp/src/Lagrange-tensor-product/../template.c:1109:
> > ->
> > CCTK_InterpLocalUniform():
> > interpolation point is either outside the grid,
> > or inside but too close to the grid boundary!
> > (this may be caused by a global interpolation with
> > driver::ghost_size too small)
> > 0-origin interpolation point number pt=0 of N_interp_points=1
> > interpolation point (x,y,z)=(-157.725,-576.349,-99.2027)
> > grid x_min(delta_x)x_max = -576(18)576
> > grid y_min(delta_y)y_max = -576(18)54
> > grid z_min(delta_z)z_max = -576(18)54
> >
> > WARNING level 1 from host nid02210 process 0
> > while executing schedule bin particle_tracerET, routine
> particle_tracerET::DoOneRK4StepForParticleTracerET
> > in thorn particle_tracerET, file
> /global/u1/c/chlin/et/Cactus/arrangements/WVUThorns_Diagnostics/particle_tracerET/src/Interpolate_velocities_at_particle_positions.C:131:
> > -> interpolation screwed up
> > WARNING level 1 from host nid02210 process 1
> > while executing schedule bin particle_tracerET, routine
> particle_tracerET::DoOneRK4StepForParticleTracerET
> > in thorn particle_tracerET, file
> /global/u1/c/chlin/et/Cactus/arrangements/WVUThorns_Diagnostics/particle_tracerET/src/Interpolate_velocities_at_particle_positions.C:131:
> > -> interpolation screwed up
> > srun: error: nid02211: tasks 2-3: Exited with exit code 1
> > srun: Terminating job step 21753671.0
> > srun: error: nid02210: tasks 0-1: Exited with exit code 1
> >
> >
> > I think maybe t can be avoided by decreasing the timestep so that the
> tracer particle would not move too fast to make the interpolation screwed
> up but I am not sure. So what I want to ask is :
> >
> > 1. It this error can be avoided by decreasing the timestep ?
> > 2. If so, how can I decrease the timestep in parameter file (or in
> other places)?
> >
> >
> > Thank you.
> > Best regards,
> > Chia-Hui
>
>
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