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tjdemunda

Stack overflow in CMS-FLOW (M2D)

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I'm hoping someone can help me diagnose a CMS-FLOW (M2D) crash. I'm trying to run a simulation with a single offshore WSE boundary condition, and CMS-FLOW almost immediately crashes:

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Coastal Inlets Research Program
Two-Dimensional Circulation & Morphology Change Model
CMS-FLOW TEST VERSION 3.50.08 RELEASE
Last updated - 12/19/2007
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* SETUP INFORMATION *
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OPENING CONTROL FILE:
C:\Documents and Set....each10__CGrid.cmcards
USING 3.5 'CARD' FORMAT
EXPLICIT SCHEME CHOSEN
OUTPUT -BINARY- ONLY
NCELLS = 287802

CANNOT FIND INITIAL CONDITIONS FILE
** COLD START **
INITIAL CONDITIONS SET TO ZERO VALUE

INDIVIDUAL WATER-LEVEL DRIVER FILE INFORMATION READ
NO TIME SERIES OUTPUT SPECIFIED
NO FLOW RATE OUTPUT SPECIFIED
2528 CELLS INITIALLY DRY
forrtl: severe (170): Program Exception - stack overflow
Image PC Routine Line Source
CMS-Flow.exe 005C7C47 Unknown Unknown Unknown
CMS-Flow.exe 0047326E Unknown Unknown Unknown
CMS-Flow.exe 00401074 Unknown Unknown Unknown
CMS-Flow.exe 005EA469 Unknown Unknown Unknown
CMS-Flow.exe 005C8179 Unknown Unknown Unknown
kernel32.dll 7C816FD7 Unknown Unknown Unknown

This occurs from a cold start, whether the simulation starts with no dry cells or many dry cells. I can't find any information on what this error means or how to fix it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

--Todd

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A stack overflow error usually refers to a memory issue. How large is your model? How much RAM does your computer have?

The grid has 378216 cells (287802 ocean cells). My computer has 3GB of RAM.

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It looks like your computer is good enough to handle it, so it must be something else. If you would like, you can contact support@aquaveo.com and we will look at your files.

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