David L. Bostick
dbostick at physics.unc.edu
Mon Oct 28 22:05:52 CET 2002
You can archive all of the portable trr files and then use trjcat on your
local machine to put them all together for analysis. Also, you can save
them as xtc on your local machine to save space. As long as you save the
trr files elsewhere, you'll always have that information.
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On Mon, 28 Oct 2002, [iso-8859-1] Chris Shaw wrote:
> Hi All,
> Hope all are well. I have got a problem regarding space. I am now beginning to produce some complex runs which are taking up rather alot of disk space on the system at work. Is there a way to save the md run at several different points and "merge" them together at the end on a different system to analyse the data.
> Many Thanks
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