If your sure there's nothing wrong with your structure or your input 
parameters, then you can try to  add 'nd 1' to your script when you submit it 
like:

pw.x -nd 1 -inp name.rx.in > name.rx.out

This worked for me.
 Laurens Siemons
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Van: users <users-boun...@lists.quantum-espresso.org> namens Amin Mirzai 
<amin.mir...@mek.lth.se>
Verzonden: maandag 9 april 2018 12:49
Aan: Quantum Espresso users Forum
Onderwerp: Re: [QE-users] cholesky Error


Thanks for the hint, I understand this topic has already been discussed. 
However, after doing all possible variations I still get the same error.

Anyhow, I believe there is not any explicit answer to this issue.


Regards,

Amin


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From: users <users-boun...@lists.quantum-espresso.org> on behalf of Lorenzo 
Paulatto <paul...@gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 10:00:13 AM
To: users@lists.quantum-espresso.org
Subject: Re: [QE-users] cholesky Error

On 09/04/18 09:57, Amin Mirzai wrote:
>   %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
>       Error in routine  cdiaghg (251):
>        problems computing cholesky
>   %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
>
This is one of the most regularly asked questions. This error typically
comes from bad geometry (i.e. ions core regions overlapping), bad
pseudopotentials (should not happen with anything from usual libraries)
or problematic input parameters with advanced features (i.e. lda+U, exx,...)

kind regards


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Lorenzo Paulatto - Paris
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