I've added in some new particle types (I accidentally just typed
'peculiar' types... Freudian slip) to my last Enzo simulation and I'd
like to be able to visualise just those when I do a
Is that possible?
I've read that Windows does not support yt but I was wondering if it was
in anyway possible under Cygwin. It seems as though I keep having
trouble at "installing python" with the following error message:
0 [main] python 4044
C:\cygwin\home\Eve\yt\yt-unknown\src\Python-2.7.2\python.exe: *** fatal
error - unable to remap
to same address as parent: 0x460000 != 0x510000
Frame Function Args
00289BD8 6102796B (00289BD8, 00000000, 00000000, 00000000)
00289EC8 6102796B (6117EC60, 00008000, 00000000, 61180977)
0028AEF8 61004F1B (611A7FAC, 612488A4, 00460000, 00510000)
End of stack trace
1 [main] python 4592 fork: child 4044 - died waiting for dll
loading, errno 11
error: Resource temporarily unavailable
make: *** [sharedmods] Error 1
I've tried rebaseall in ash as well as peflagsall followed by a reboot
but nothing seems to work.
I've also tried compiling Python independently from yt install package
which gave me the same error so I'm guessing something's wrong with the
way Cygwin is set up on my computer or the way I'm trying to compile Python.
Is it possible to run yt under Cygwin anyway? If not, I'll have to use a
workstation at my institution through ssh during the workshop...
For technical information, my OS is Windows 7 professional 64-bit.
I apologize for the rather late inquiry.
I'm having a curious issue. I'm trying to open a large number of FLASH parameter files, read in some vital statistics about each file, and then write out the data to a ascii table.
However, for some reason I'm finding that this crashes after 1020 data files have been opened. There's nothing special about the 1020th file since I can open it and inspect it interactively. This may have something to do with me running this script on the lustre filesystem on Pleiades at NASA Ames.
My test script is pasted here:
And a sample traceback is pasted here:
It looks like the crash happens when yt tries to open the h5py handle for the data file. It crashes as if the data file doesn't exist, even though it really does, I promise. This seems to be related to an h5py issue that John ZuHone noticed back in July:
Adding 'del pf._handle' to the end of my loop does not fix the issue.
Thanks for your help with this!
Astronomy & Astrophysics, UCSC
I am new to yt and orion and I am trying to read in data from
an example simulation which includes sink particles (uniformcloud).
When I load the plot file into yt with the command I get an error saying
that yt is unable to read it. Please see the output below.
In : from yt.mods import *
In : pf=load('plt00050')
yt : [ERROR ] 2012-01-09 17:55:23,591 Couldn't figure out output type for plt00050
Thanks for your help!
UCSC, Astronomy & Astrophysics
I am finding a bug when I try to use the 'fig_size' argument with
could this be related to the recent fields refactoring? I'm using the
current tip rev c21592d52977.
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