[Users] Problem regriding using trigger thorn
schnetter at gmail.com
Sat May 7 12:09:06 CDT 2022
Dhruv and I discussed. The error was that the parameter file specified
a group name ("CarpetRegrid2::radii") instead of a variable name
("CarpetRegrid2::radius"), and `CCTK_TraverseString` got confused, and
the respective error doesn't seem to be caught properly. Things seem
to be working after specifying the group name.
On Sat, May 7, 2022 at 11:08 AM Roland Haas <rhaas at illinois.edu> wrote:
> Hello Dhruv,
> > while executing schedule bin CCTK_ANALYSIS, routine Trigger::Trigger_Check
> > in thorn Trigger, file
> > /gpfs/fs1/home/d/dsiegel/dhruv/repos/ET_Mayer/Cactus/arrangements/CactusUtils/Trigger/src/trigger.c:404:
> > ->^[[0m steered scalar is of type CCTK_INT
> Are you sure you are using an up to date version of the thorn? I cannot
> find the string "steered scalar is of type" anywhere in Trigger as of
> git hash a2bc1d4.
> Since fa26b80 there is specific support for integers in Trigger.
> > I am confused why it thinks this is an integer quantity, and I am having
> > trouble printing/debugging too. I am not sure how exactly the functions in
> > the trigger thorn determine the 'type' of the cactus quantity, but at least
> > it seems to be finding the right quantity to change.
> This may be a bug in the code. However, as stated above I am not sure
> which version of Trigger you are using.
> Can you verify that indeed it is checked out from (view "git remote -v")
> and report the git hash of the current checkout (ie the output of "git
> log -1"), please?
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