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Thanks for the inputs. It looks like the
PermissionError is on the logfile, could you see if a logfile txt was generated at all in the workspace?
A few other questions that would be helpful:
- What version of InVEST are you running?
- Do you have write access to
C:\\Users\\Shahzad\\Desktop\\HQ Maps\\InVEST\\? Can you manually create a file in this directory?
Thanks @dcdenu4 thanks for your kind response. logfile. txt was not created at all.
- i am using InVEST Version 3.9.
- Yes i have write access to
C:\\Users\\Shahzad\\Desktop\\HQ Maps\\InVEST\\. i can manually creat a file in this directory
Hi @shahzad ,
That is pretty strange. Some more questions:
- When you run the model there should be a black terminal window in the background, could you post what is in there when this run fails?
- What version of Windows are you running?
- Have you used a prior InVEST version before with any issues?
I have also experienced this error with the carbon model - InVEST 3.9.0, Windows 10. I solved it at the time by setting my workspace for the model to be directly on the C drive (e.g., “C:\workspace” instead of “C:\Users\user\workspace”).
But the issue is inconsistent and I haven’t figured out yet what exactly the conditions are that cause the issue to crop up. I’ll post more here if I can reproduce it consistently!
I have not experienced this issue with the Habitat Quality Model (HQM) previoulsy but I did experience it with the Carbon Model several months later. The only two changes that could have contributed the error:
-I updated from InVEST 3.7 to 3.9
I adjusted my Win10 PC Account User Name without succesfully changing the account name on the C:\Users folder.
I tried resolving this by reinstalling InVEST and it failed
-I then renamed my user account back to the original name and it also failed.
-I tried moving the workspace inside and outside the data sets folder and it also failed no matter the combination.
I finally succeded running the Carbon Model after assigning the workspace directely to the C -drive. Thank you Ginger!
C:\Carbon Model Workspace
I attempted to run the HQM to see if I would have the same path recognition issue today. HQM will not recognize the threat rasters that I previolsy succefully selceted a path to. I tried multiple data sets and it still won’t let me execute run. It seems there is a larger issue at play.
Hi @daveadema , I’m glad you were able to get the model UI to open, at least! Could you attach your threats table to this thread so we can take a look? Often times it’s an easy enough fix.