STK PR last week broke a number of Albany tests
Created by: ikalash
The following PR broke a number of Albany tests last week: https://github.com/trilinos/Trilinos/commit/1d835e3595226bebef56c28862e4e8425af9431e . I have verified that reverting the commit yields a clean dashboard. The issue was originally discussed here in Albany issues: https://github.com/gahansen/Albany/issues/358 - transferring it to a Trilinos issue now that I have verified the problem is with Trilinos. To see verbose output from the failing tests, one can click on any of the tests here: http://cdash.sandia.gov/CDash-2-3-0/viewTest.php?onlyfailed&buildid=75093 (they all pass with the PR reverted). Most of them seem to be failures when running exodiff for LCM problems, but a few seem to have to do with reading in an Exodus file to restart from, e.g. http://cdash.sandia.gov/CDash-2-3-0/testDetails.php?test=3880312&build=75103:
p=2: *** Caught standard std::exception of type 'std::runtime_error' : ERROR: Variable type counts are inconsistent. See processor 0 output for more details. p=3: *** Caught standard std::exception of type 'std::runtime_error' : ERROR: Variable type counts are inconsistent. See processor 0 output for more details. p=0: *** Caught standard std::exception of type 'std::runtime_error' : ERROR: Number of nodeset variables is not consistent on all processors. Database: th1d_tpetra.exo Processor 0 count = 3 Processor 1 count = 0 Processor 2 count = 0
Can someone please look into this? We'd like to get a clean Albany dashboard again as soon as possible. Tagging Albany developers who are likely interested in this: @bartgol, @lxmota, @ibaned, @jwfoulk, @mperego.