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I'm trying to do a geometry optimization with automatic detection of symmetry, but I get the error
--- SEVERE ERROR, PROGRAM WILL BE ABORTED ---
Date and time (Linux) : Sun Jun 21 18:05:42 2015
Reason: DFT analytical Hessians do not work with symmetry
I used the following input
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using the basis 6-31G**
Charge=6.0 Atoms=6 Basis=6-31G**
C1 0.000000 1.389400 0.000000
C2 1.203256 0.694700 0.000000
C3 1.203256 -0.694700 0.000000
C4 0.000000 -1.389400 0.000000
C5 -1.203256 -0.694700 0.000000
C6 -1.203256 0.694700 0.000000
Charge=1.0 Atoms=6 Basis=6-31G**
H7 0.000000 2.475300 0.000000
H8 2.143673 1.237650 0.000000
H9 2.143673 -1.237650 0.000000
H10 0.000000 -2.475300 0.000000
H11 -2.143673 -1.237650 0.000000
H12 -2.143673 1.237650 0.000000
**END OF DALTON INPUT
Can someone help me with this input configuration?
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it means that the DFT analytic Hessian cannot handle symmetry.
IMO the way out would be to specify a structure optimization algorithm
which does not explicitly compute the Hessian.
the other trivial option is to remove symmetry but this would
be a waste.
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Please note that the little part of the output file that has been provided suggests that the geometry has converged, and the only reason a Hessian is requested is because the calculation requests a vibrational analysis. Thus, pick the last geometry, remove symmetry (NoSymmetry) and run just the vibrational analysis (.RUN PROPERTIES instead of .OPTIMIZE).
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