[MMTK] MMTK 2.2 with Python 2.2

Berit Hinnemann Berit.Hinnemann@fysik.dtu.dk
Thu, 22 Aug 2002 13:55:35 +0200


Konrad Hinsen wrote:
> 

> Here is what I get (without any crash):
> 
> 58.6206188561
> {'harmonic bond': 3.6368998786352358, 'electrostatic/ewald direct sum': 1164.6289245944686, 'electrostatic': 20.953643214638987, 'harmonic bond angle': 4.1739384058895146, 'electrostatic/ewald reciprocal sum': 372.0040546147543, 'Lennard-Jones': 14.767833207558489, 'cosine dihedral angle': 15.088304149375503, 'electrostatic/ewald self term': -1515.6793359945839}
> 

This is exaclty the same I get with Python 2.1.



> As a first test, add the following at the beginning of your script:
> 
>   import gc
>   gc.disable()

I have tried it in several scripts and the errors remain the same.

> In any case, I'd be interested in the following information (also from
> others who see strange crashes):
> 
> 1) What system are you using?
> 2) Which versions of
>     - Python
>     - Numeric
> 3) Were any non-standard options used in compiling Python?
> 4) Does disabling the garbage collector help?

The setup is

1) PC with Redhat 7.3
2) -Python version: 2.2-16 (from the python 2-2.2-16.rpm)
   -Numeric version: NUMERIC-22.0-1 (recompiled Numeric.src.rpm with
    command "rpm --rebuild <rpm>")
3) The rpm was used.
4) Diabling the garbage collector does not help.


Are the versions of python and Numeric different from the ones you are
using? Maybe it could be a different Numeric version?

Thanks,
Berit


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Berit Hinnemann
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