I encountered this problem when using GPT for batch processing. Does anyone know how to solve this?
There should be no problem with my XML files and programs, because I can do batch processing very well before.
The following is my XML file and the input command line.
gpt D:\s_data\code\myGraph.xml -Pinput1=E:\data\2020\S3A_OL_2_WFR____20200101T014721_20200101T015021_20200101T035225_0179_053_174_2340_MAR_O_NR_002.SEN3 -Pinput2=E:\data\2020\S3A_OL_2_WFR____20200101T015021_20200101T015321_20200101T034628_0179_053_174_2520_MAR_O_NR_002.SEN3 -Poutput=D:\s_data\output\2020\20200101T014721_Sentinel_3A_ECS.nc
myGraph.xml (12.6 KB)
could you run your command with the -e option. This should give a more detailed error message
seems that did’t work
It seems that no matter what I type, it will be like this
Okay, thanks. Interesting.
Has anything changed on your side since you processed the last time with gpt?
The code and xml didn’t change.
But I upgraded SNAP to the latest version, and installed the latest version of seadas. Could this be related to this
Haven’t heard this issue till now. SeaDAS and SNAP should actually sit happily side bi side. And the latest SNAP should also not cause these issues.
This needs probably more investigation.
Thank you,maybe I’ll try this on another computer。