Re: Target bytes and src bytes mismatch on box3hr

From: Tiago Castro <tiagobscastro_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2022 08:28:48 +0200

Hi,

  Then it is ok. I got confused because you named the IC file as the
snapshot. I believe Gadget will just ignore this if you pass Flag 2. But,
again, I am confused, are you using Gadget-3 or 4 to restart the simulation?

Cheers,

Em qua., 1 de jun. de 2022 às 08:24, Mishra, Asitav <Asitav.Mishra_at_amd.com>
escreveu:

> [AMD Official Use Only - General]
>
> Tiago,
>
> Thank you so much for your response. I believe I'm using restart option
> "2" to run. This is how I run the case:
> srun -N $SLURM_NNODES -n $SLURM_NPROCS ./Gadget4 box3_hr.par 2 44
>
> Does that look OK?
>
> Best,
> Asitav
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> *Subject:* Re: [gadget-list] Target bytes and src bytes mismatch on box3hr
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> Hi Asitav,
>
> I notice that the TimeBegin is still set to the original simulation IC
> (z=60.0). I am guessing here and hope someone with more experience can help
> you further. But it seems you are restarting a run from the snapshot that
> is not at z=60, is it right? If you want to restart from this snapshot, you
> should fix it to the redshift of the snapshot. In any case, I would
> recommend you use the Gadget flag to restart from the snapshot file instead
> of using it as the ICs. I believe the flag is "2", but you can check it by
> just running Gadget without a parameter file.
>
> Cheers,
> ---
>
> Em qua., 1 de jun. de 2022 às 01:44, Mishra, Asitav <Asitav.Mishra_at_amd.com>
> escreveu:
>
> [AMD Official Use Only - General]
>
> Hello all,
>
> Sorry for spamming the mail-list with my earlier email. This e-mail
> corrects the subject line.
>
> I am running a Gadget3 format snap file (Box/3hr) and I get byte mismatch
> on target vs src byte sizes. A similar post on the mail archive didn't help
> much since I don't have the same parameters set. I may be missing some
> configuration input parameters (see attached the Config.sh and parameter
> file). I am using files that are modified from existing Gadget3 Config and
> parameter files. The relevant error I get are:
>
> READIC: filenr=0, './/snapdir_044/snap_044.0' contains:
> 180 READIC: Type 0 (gas): 0 (tot= 0) masstab= 0
> 181 READIC: Type 1: 2950892 (tot= 191102976) masstab=
> 0.0138889
> 182
> 183 READIC: Reading file `.//snapdir_044/snap_044.0' on task=0 and
> distribute it to 0 to 6.
> 184 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 185 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 186 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 187 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 188 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 189 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 190 SNAPSHOT: writing snapshot Reading header => 'HEAD' (264 byte)
> 191 Code termination on task=32, function type_cast_data(), file
> src/io/io.cc, line 1389: Strange conversion requested:
> target_bytes_per_element=24 src_bytes_per_element=23
>
> Any inputs or suggestions would be great.
>
> Thanks,
> Asitav
>
>
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