Bug report #10894
Wrong Taudem parameter
|Affected QGIS version:||2.4.0||Regression?:||No|
|Operating System:||Easy fix?:||No|
|Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No||Resolution:|
|Crashes QGIS or corrupts data:||No||Copied to github as #:||19259|
The number of processes parameter passed to mpiexec when running a taudem process is passed as a decimal, e.g. "2.0", when it needs to be an integer, e.g. "2".
#1 Updated by Alexander Bruy almost 6 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Feedback
- Category set to 94
Works fine here. Please give more info about issue: which OS, QGIS and Processing versions are you use? Try to clear all Processing settings and check again, as recently some changes were introduces in settings handling
#2 Updated by Chris George almost 6 years ago
I just reinstalled QGIS, including removing my .qgis. Version is 2.4.0. I am using Windows 8.1 on a 64-bit machine. Taudem is version 5.1.2, and so I am using MSMPI. I get the message that the output of PitRemove cannot be loaded, and find it does not exist. I replaced the MSMPI mpiexec.exe with a simple script to collect its parameters and save them. I discover the command being used is
"C:/Program Files/Microsoft MPI/Bin\\mpiexec" "-n" "2.0" ...
When I use this command in a shell (after restoring mpiexec.exe) I get the error message
Error: expecting a positive number of processes following the -n option.
When I replace the "2.0" with "2" all is well. I guess that MPICH2 mpiexec tolerates a decimal number of processes, since you don't have the problem, but MSMPI mpiexec does not.
I realise that Taudem 5.1.2 with MSMPI is not officially supported yet for QGIS, but I need to use it as I have errors with 5.0.6. And it seems a simple fix to QGIS would allow it to be used.