Re: Run-time error: A timestep of size zero was assigned

From: Yves Revaz <yves.revaz_at_obs.unige.ch>
Date: Fri, 09 Jun 2006 08:36:13 +0200

Dear Hugo,

This means that the timestep for particle 346505 computed by get_timestep()
is equal to zero or is not a number (nan), which should not occure.
In this case the program is of course stopped.

In you case, the log also says "ac=nan" which is not very nice...
This is probably due to zero division or overflow during force computation.

Regards.



>
>
> Error: A timestep of size zero was assigned on the integer timeline!
> We better stop.
> Task=14 Part-ID=346505 dt=nan tibase=3.72529e-08 ti_step=-2147483648
> ac=nan xyz=
> (-199.269|226.042|432.335) tree=(nan|nannan)
>
>
>


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