[GRASS-user] problems with r.to.rast3elev
soerengebbert at googlemail.com
Wed Sep 21 13:59:58 EDT 2011
can you please provide more information about the grass7 segfault?
Can you please print your region settings (g.region -p3)?
Can you please use gdb or valgrind to check at which line in the code
the segfault appears?
I will try to fix this issue in grass7, but i cant reproduce it on my system.
2011/9/20 Carlos Grohmann <carlos.grohmann at gmail.com>:
> Hello all,
> I'm experiencing some issues with r.to.rast3elev , that I didn't had before.
> I'm trying to reprocess some volume calculation
> on dune fields in southern Brazil (see this:
> http://geomorphometry.org/Grohmann2011) so I can evolve what I presented in
> the Geomorphometry Meeting into a full paper, but at this point I can't
> calculate the volumes any more!
> (BTW, Helena, I'm thinking about comparing the volumes from r.volume and
> r.to.rast3elev, since I think there will be differences..)
> OS: Linux, Ubuntu 11.04
> In GRASS 6.4.1, installed from Ubuntu repositories, I got this (running
> inside a python session):
> grass.run_command('r.to.rast3elev', input=clump, elevation=dem,
> output=dem3d, lower=1, overwrite=True)
> Creating 3D raster map
> ERROR: G3d_cache_hash_remove_name: name not in hashtable
> and in GRASS 7.0svn updated today, I got a segmentation fault.
> the region is set to match the 'clump' map (which is the same as the mask,
> to limit the calculations to the active dunes).
> any help is appreciated
> Prof. Carlos Henrique Grohmann - Geologist D.Sc.
> Institute of Geosciences - Univ. of São Paulo, Brazil
> http://lattes.cnpq.br/5846052449613692 (CV)
> Twitter: @CarlosGrohmann
> Linux User #89721
> Can’t stop the signal.
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