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forrtl: Permission denied

Saeedulhaq
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Hi,

we are developing an HPC cluster with Base toolkit to run Vienna ab intitio simulation package (VASP). we get the following error attached in the screenshot as well.  Is this related to the intel HPC kit? A possible solution to this error will be appreciated.

 

rmk@PC1:/nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne$ mpirun -np 2 -host 10.0.0.2 -host 10.0.0.1 /nfs/vasp/vasp.5.4.4/bin/vasp_std
running on 2 total cores
distrk: each k-point on 2 cores, 1 groups
distr: one band on 1 cores, 2 groups
using from now: INCAR
forrtl: Permission denied
forrtl: Permission denied
forrtl: severe (9): permission to access file denied, unit 20, file /nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne/vasprun.xml
Image PC Routine Line Source
vasp_std 00000000015CF60C Unknown Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 0000000000421EF2 Unknown Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 00000000013F379E Unknown Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 000000000040C38D Unknown Unknown Unknown
libc.so.6 00007F8580A29D90 Unknown Unknown Unknown
libc.so.6 00007F8580A29E40 __libc_start_main Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 000000000040C2A5 Unknown Unknown Unknown
forrtl: severe (9): permission to access file denied, unit 18, file /nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne/CHGCAR
Image PC Routine Line Source
vasp_std 00000000015CF60C Unknown Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 00000000013F3B23 Unknown Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 000000000040C38D Unknown Unknown Unknown
libc.so.6 00007F4774429D90 Unknown Unknown Unknown
libc.so.6 00007F4774429E40 __libc_start_main Unknown Unknown
vasp_std 000000000040C2A5 Unknown Unknown Unknown

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TobiasK
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@Saeedulhaq 
please check the file permissions on the folder
/nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne

and or the files:
 /nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne/vasprun.xml
/nfs/vasp.tests/pristine_system/betaGraphyne/CHGCAR


The error messages that you see are from the Fortran runtime library, ForRtL claiming it cannot access the beforementioned files.

Best
Tobias

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