[CIG-MC] CitcomCU 1.0.3 release
Shijie.Zhong at Colorado.Edu
Thu Nov 19 13:05:30 PST 2009
Can you hold this new release for another day. I was about to send you new
routines to compute more accurately dynamic topography and heat flux using
Department of Physics
University of Colorado at Boulder
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---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2009 12:42:37 -0800
>From: cig-mc-bounces at geodynamics.org (on behalf of Eh Tan
<tan2 at geodynamics.org>)
>Subject: [CIG-MC] CitcomCU 1.0.3 release
>To: cig-mc at geodynamics.org
>CIG is pleased to announce release of CitcomCU 1.0.3. This release fixed
>a few bugs and added a few minor features.
>* Disable a system call, which was used to copy the input file, since
> some mpi implementation (e.g. on TACC Lonestar) does not support
> system call.
>* Added velocity output as *.velo.* files.
>* Allowing run on more than 100 processors and fixed a use of
> uninitialized memory problem in the marker routine.
>* Fixed a bug in conjugate gradient solver, which was not functioning.
>* Fixed some memory problems in the Stokes solver. Some arrays were not
> allocated with enough elements (off by 1). Writing to the end of those
> arrays can potentially overwrite other parts of the memory. In
> practice, it seems that this bug didn't affect the solver at all, but
> this is a subtle bug to detect.
>* Fixed an index-overrun bug in advection-diffusion solver with heatflux
> boundary conditions.
>* Replaced Parsing.c with the CIG CitcomS version to ensure that defaults
> settings are actually used. Before, the respective function always
> returned NULL to avoid problems with strtok on Linux.
>* Modified layers() such that the full range of 1...4 layers gets assigned
> to E->mat, otherwise not all four layers would be used in
>* Added two new rheology options.
>* Added a shell script to convert the output to parallel VTK files.
>Please check the NEWS, README and ChangeLog files for more details.
>The code can be downloaded from:
>Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics
>California Institute of Technology, 158-79
>Pasadena, CA 91125
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