[gmx-users] Re: problems running REMD on grids
anna.marabotti at isa.cnr.it
Mon Sep 14 11:31:04 CEST 2009
thank you for your answers. Just to point out since the order of my and your
messages is quite a bit confusing:
1) the command I used for REMD calculation appears corrupted in my previous
message: to be more clear, I'm reporting it here again. It seems to me that
it is as suggested in the wiki page:
mdrun_mpi -np 16 -s REMD_.tpr -multi 16 -replex 1000 -deffnm REMD_
I'm trying to summarize here your suggestions, and to answer to all.
For Mark: I don't really understand why you are saying that the command -s
is redundant. I always used the -s option to provide the .tpr input file to
mdrun! How can I provide the .tpr file to mdrun without using -s?
For Berk: sorry but I did not find your answer (if any). Could you please
For Xavier: thanks for suggestion. I added the "_" because it was suggested
in the Wiki page.
Finally, for Justin: thank you very much for the link to the search option.
Sorry for bothering you again, I'm waiting for your comments.
Date: Sat, 12 Sep 2009 11:07:18 +0200
From: XAvier Periole <x.periole at rug.nl>
Subject: Re: [gmx-users] problems running REMD on grids
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Did you try to remove the "_" from your file name?
On Sep 11, 2009, at 14:04, Anna Marabotti <anna.marabotti at isa.cnr.it>
> Dear gmx-users,
> I'm trying to perform some REMD calculations with GROMACS 4.0.5, and
> I found on the Wiki site these instructions:
> that I'm trying to follow, but I encountered some problems.
> If I understand well the instructions, if I want to perform replicas
> at N different temperatures, I have to create N different .mdp files
> and then N different .tpr files, that I should name "filename"_0,
> "filename"_1... "filename"_N-1. That's what I did: I created
> 16 different .mdp files and 16 .tpr files that I called REMD_0.tpr.
> REMD_1.tpr REMD_2.tpr ... REMD_15.tpr. At this point, I have to launch
> the mdrun command with the -multi, -replex (optionally, -reseed)
> options. Following the example in "Execution step", my command line
> should be:
> mdrun -s REMD_.tpr -multi 16 -replex 1000 -deffnm REMD_ -np 16
> That's what I did, but I experienced some difficulties on the
> parallel machines that I'm using to perform simulations. In particul
> ar, I inserted the above command into a script that is used on the m
> achine to launch the program in an interactive way, but GROMACS retu
> rns an error saying that "cannot open file REMD_.tpr" (and in
> fact, the file REMD_.tpr does not exist, only files REMD_0.tpr, REMD
> _1.tpr etc do exist!) I also retried launching the same command from
> the shell, but the error was the same.
> So my question is: how does GROMACS "understand" that it has to
> interpret "REMD_.tpr" not as a single file, but as a group of
> files indexed _0, _1, _2 and so on? Does it depend on the order of t
> he options? Could you please give me some hints about?
> BTW, another problem: I tried to find solution searching in the
> site, but I am still unable to consult the gmx-users archives using
> a keyword as it was possible in the past. How can I find information
> in the GROMACS archives?
> Many thanks and regards
> Anna Marabotti, Ph.D.
> Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
> Institute of Food Science, CNR
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