CCL: Error with LanL2DZ basis set in Gaussian 09



 Sent to CCL by: "Bradley  Welch" [bwelch5**slu.edu]
 Dear all,
 I'm having the following the issue with NiCl4(-2).
  Warning!  Cl atom    2 may be hypervalent but has no d functions.
  Warning!  Cl atom    3 may be hypervalent but has no d functions.
  Warning!  Cl atom    4 may be hypervalent but has no d functions.
  Warning!  Cl atom    5 may be hypervalent but has no d functions.
 I'm using the LanL2DZ basis set. Here is the thing though, I recently ran
 CoCl6 and did not have this problem. Here is my input for NiCl4
 %nproc=2
 %mem=4GB
 #P HF/LanL2DZ opt=z-matrix scf=tight
 NiCl4 opt w/LanL2Dz
 -2 3
 17
 28  1   R12
 17  2   R12           1   109.471221
 17  2   R12           1   109.471221    3   120.000000
 17  2   R12           1   109.471221    4   120.000000
 Variables:
 R12           =        1.50717566
 What could be causing this to happen?
 Thanks for the help. I can send additional output if need be, or upload the
 .log somewhere for download.
 Bradley Welch