aanderson at wittenberg.edu
Mon May 30 23:11:26 CEST 2005
As suggested by Diego Enry, I have tried to use gmx_rescue_LFS to get
at the last 85% of my 23 GByte .xtc file. When I use the scan
feature of gmx_rescue I find that the offsets reported become
negative after I exceed the 32 bit limit for an integer variable.
I've tried changing the definition of the relevant variables to "long
long int" and recompiling but I still get negative offsets. I'm not
a C programmer and so I'm not sure if I'm missing something else.
For example, do I need to compile with special 64 bit libraries? Are
there special compiler flags I need to set? I'm using gcc 3.2.2
under RedHat Linux 3.2.3 on an Opteron cluster.
Thanks for assisting,
>Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 12:36:11 -0300
>From: "Diego Enry" <diego.enry at gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [gmx-users] Re: corrupt trajectory
>To: "Discussion list for GROMACS users" <gmx-users at gromacs.org>
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>Amil, have you tried using gmx_rescue or gmx_rescue_LFS (large file suport).
>This is a utility to rescue partly corrupted XTC files. Find it at
>contributions section of gromacs website.
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