[gmx-users] tpbconv problem

David van der Spoel spoel at xray.bmc.uu.se
Sat Jan 4 17:26:13 CET 2003

On Sat, 4 Jan 2003, Dmitry Kovalsky wrote:

>I'm computing on 4 node cluster using NFS.
>After crash (no free disk space) I wanted to tpbconv but got a problem.
>I cleared disk and started tpbconv.
>But tpbconv doesn't want to work with trr file which is 2.4Gb long at 
>Master-node. It writes that there is no such .trr. At this moment there was 
>3.2Gb of free space.
>If I do the exactly the same and in the same directory (which is mounted via 
>NFS) but from another node all is Ok.
NFS3 supports large files, but it seems weird that it would work over NFS
and not directly on the server. I usually try to avoid them on Linux
boxen. Anyway, if the time is correct in the trr file that tpbconv
extracts your continue tpr is probably fine too.

>Is it allright?
>Sincerely yours,
>Ph.D. Student Dmitry Kovalsky
>Institute of Molecular Biology & Genetics
>150 Akad. Zabolotnogo Street,
>Kiev-143, 03143
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