Error:(GPOPEN) TRYING TO OPEN A NON-EXISTING FILE AS OLD

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ankit7540
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Error:(GPOPEN) TRYING TO OPEN A NON-EXISTING FILE AS OLD

Post by ankit7540 » 19 Dec 2016, 09:20

Hello all,
While running vibrational analysis I received the following error :
--> ERROR (GPOPEN) TRYING TO OPEN A NON-EXISTING OLD FILE
--> A FILE HAS BEEN SPECIFIED TO BE OLD,
--> BUT THE FILE DOES NOT EXIST
but my calculation is a single point vibrational analysis. Hence I give all information required for the run in the input files and I think I do not need to provide any other file (like .tar.gz of previous run).
But maybe I am missing something here and my understanding is not correct.

Any suggestions for this.
Thank you.
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Best regards.
Ankit

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Re: Error:(GPOPEN) TRYING TO OPEN A NON-EXISTING FILE AS OLD

Post by kennethruud » 19 Dec 2016, 10:51

You have specified

.MOSTART
NEWORB

which suggests you are going to restart from orbitals available on the file SIRIUS.RST, which you then probably have not copied to your scratch directory. Either ensure this file is copied to the scratch directory or remove/comment these two lines of the input file.


Best regards,

Kenneth

ankit7540
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Re: Error:(GPOPEN) TRYING TO OPEN A NON-EXISTING FILE AS OLD

Post by ankit7540 » 20 Dec 2016, 07:38

Thank you for your reply.
It was my mistake to include that. I ran the same job after removing the '.MOSTART' lines and the calculation happens to give a segmentation error.
forrtl: severe (174): SIGSEGV, segmentation fault occurred
I will make a new post for this situation.
Best regards.
Ankit

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