I have been having a similar issue. I am using the footprint example file and the simulation gives me the same error as Junoh.
I have updated ladybug and restarted rhino
I looked at the directory and the files are there.
I am attaching the screenshot of the command prompt
I hope you don’t mind that I moved your comments to a new topic since it’s clearly different from the one you posted on previously. It looks like URBANopt is actually starting the simulation but then fails. Perhaps something became corrupted about your URBANopt simulation. Can you try uninstalling and then reinstalling URBANopt?
Thanks for the full description here. I think the problem might actually result from the . in your Username. I will try to recreate this case when I get the chance and see if I can implement a fix on the Dragonfly/Ladybug Tools end. It’s possible that this issue is within URBANopt CLI end, in which case I will let the developers at NREL know and we can hopefully get it fixed in the next release.
The command prompt never closes. If I do, the run urbanopt component gets the sqls. However, both the results reader give me an error. The first time I got the results (which generated the plot) I in fact closed the command prompt before finishing all 13 buildings.
Ah, Ok. It seems like you just didn’t wait for the simulation to finish. On a high-end machine, the simulation can finish in 5-10 minutes but it will take somewhere between 30 minutes to an hour to finish on a typical laptop. Did you wait that long for the simulation to be done?
Just to replicate the case that I got dragonfly to plot some results, after the first 6 simulations are done and the command prompt starts another 6, I get no warnings or errors. However there are only six simulations.
I am also getting the same error from URBANOpt now. It was running fine yesterday. I ran versioner and today I am getting:
Solution exception:The URBANopt simulation failed to run.
No results were found at:
It seems this is becoming a common error for people over the last month. @chris you already pushed a change for this correct? Is there a reason the versioner would not be correcting the run.py problem? demo.gh (382.0 KB)
This is a file that could use a sync, but even after syncing components I get the same error. I use a PC. I tried going back to 1.4.1, then letting versioner decide. Nothing has worked to get me beyond this error so far. I am also getting a ddy file error with the new 1.4.2 component for download epw.