SIGABRT after throwing VisRTX::Exception in CentOS 6.10

Hi everyone,

I’ve just installed ParaView 5.7 (ParaView-5.7.0-RC4-MPI-Linux-Python3.7-64bit.tar.gz) in a CentOS 6.10. The machine comes with 2 P5000 GPU (configured now with SLI and drivers up to date from the official website) and when I run the binary to open the program, it shows me the following output:

terminate called after throwing an instance of 'VisRTX::Exception'
  what():  Invalid value

Loguru caught a signal: SIGABRT
Stack trace:
46            0x40771d /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/paraview() [0x40771d]
45        0x344a01ed20 __libc_start_main + 256
44            0x407530 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/paraview() [0x407530]
43            0x40c10b /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/paraview() [0x40c10b]
42            0x4085d9 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/paraview() [0x4085d9]
41      0x7f89c6b032e8 pqParaViewBehaviors::pqParaViewBehaviors(QMainWindow*, QObject*) + 2760
40      0x7f89c6a84682 pqAlwaysConnectedBehavior::pqAlwaysConnectedBehavior(QObject*) + 226
39      0x7f89c6a84535 pqAlwaysConnectedBehavior::serverCheck() + 117
38      0x7f89c4ac3167 pqObjectBuilder::createServer(pqServerResource const&, int) + 199
37      0x7f89c275e179 vtkSMSession::ConnectToSelf(int) + 105
36      0x7f89c102943e vtkProcessModule::RegisterSession(vtkSession*) + 142
35      0x7f89b4e772a6 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkCommonCore-pv5.7.so.1(+0x4302a6) [0x7f89b4e772a6]
34      0x7f89b4cca889 vtkCallbackCommand::Execute(vtkObject*, unsigned long, void*) + 25
33      0x7f89c4295d4c /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkGUISupportQt-pv5.7.so.1(+0x39d4c) [0x7f89c4295d4c]
32      0x7f89c4282527 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkGUISupportQt-pv5.7.so.1(+0x26527) [0x7f89c4282527]
31      0x7f89c589ec47 QMetaObject::activate(QObject*, int, int, void**) + 1511
30      0x7f89c4a64b59 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libpqCore-pv5.7.so.1(+0x76b59) [0x7f89c4a64b59]
29      0x7f89c4a602d2 pqServerManagerObserver::connectionCreated(long long) + 50
28      0x7f89c589ec47 QMetaObject::activate(QObject*, int, int, void**) + 1511
27      0x7f89c4b0ee12 pqServerManagerModel::onConnectionCreated(long long) + 770
26      0x7f89c4a5f142 pqServerManagerModel::serverAdded(pqServer*) + 50
25      0x7f89c589ec47 QMetaObject::activate(QObject*, int, int, void**) + 1511
24      0x7f89c6ace169 pqDefaultViewBehavior::onServerCreation(pqServer*) + 585
23      0x7f89c4abe3fe pqObjectBuilder::createView(QString const&, pqServer*) + 158
22      0x7f89c2769b5b vtkSMSessionProxyManager::NewProxy(char const*, char const*, char const*) + 203
21      0x7f89c27698a4 vtkSMSessionProxyManager::NewProxy(vtkPVXMLElement*, char const*, char const*, char const*) + 324
20      0x7f89c3b75f15 vtkSMViewProxy::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMSessionProxyManager*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 21
19      0x7f89c273406b vtkSMProxy::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMSessionProxyManager*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 683
18      0x7f89c2735cdb vtkSMProxy::CreateSubProxiesAndProperties(vtkSMSessionProxyManager*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 699
17      0x7f89c2733816 vtkSMProxy::NewProperty(char const*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 422
16      0x7f89c279653c vtkSMStringVectorProperty::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMProxy*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 28
15      0x7f89c27a0cc7 vtkSMVectorProperty::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMProxy*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 23
14      0x7f89c271ffbf vtkSMProperty::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMProxy*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 11871
13      0x7f89c3b3f2ce vtkSMRendererDomain::ReadXMLAttributes(vtkSMProperty*, vtkPVXMLElement*) + 30
12      0x7f89c3b3ee46 vtkSMRendererDomain::Update(vtkSMProperty*) + 54
11      0x7f89b2c6c264 vtkOSPRayPass::IsBackendAvailable(char const*) + 20
10      0x7f89b2c42856 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkRenderingRayTracing-pv5.7.so.1(+0x1c856) [0x7f89b2c42856]
9       0x7f89b2c4273f /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkRenderingRayTracing-pv5.7.so.1(+0x1c73f) [0x7f89b2c4273f]
8       0x7f89b2c431a7 /opt/ParaView/v5.7.0/bin/../lib/libvtkRenderingRayTracing-pv5.7.so.1(+0x1d1a7) [0x7f89b2c431a7]
7       0x7f898cd862d9 VisRTX_GetContext + 5081
6         0x3450cbcd32 /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6() [0x3450cbcd32]
5         0x3450cbcc13 /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6() [0x3450cbcc13]
4         0x3450cbcbe6 /usr/lib64/libstdc++.so.6() [0x3450cbcbe6]
3         0x3450cbea8d __gnu_cxx::__verbose_terminate_handler() + 301
2         0x344a033cd5 abort + 373
1         0x344a0324f5 gsignal + 53
0         0x344a032570 /lib64/libc.so.6() [0x344a032570]
(   0.668s) [paraview        ]                       :0     FATL| Signal: SIGABRT

I tried with another version (5.2) and the program works. I think the issue here is with the graphics, maybe with the X server or something with the GPU.

What should I do?

Kind regards,

@tbiedert Any advice on how to debug?

Would be good to know where exactly the exception is thrown.

Can you try building VisRTX manually (in debug mode preferably) and test if you can run the basic sample application?

Thanks!
Tim

Hi @tbiedert and @cory.quammen,

Thank you so much for your time. I’ll try to download the source and requirements and do an installation with verbose. I’ll send you the outputs of the build and the test as soon as possible.

Thanks,

Hi everyone,

I’m having some issues intalling CUDA 8, because it’s not detecting my nvidia drivers. I have installed 430.50, so it shoudl work.

I have downloaded OpticX and MDL SDK (also VisRTX), but I cannot install VisRTX until I have CUDA.

I’ll contact you as soon as I can. Thank you so much for your time,