giulia.paciello at polito.it
Wed Apr 14 09:18:05 CEST 2010
I dont'know if this is the right way to test that things
converge to the same value...but I have made an energy
minimization on CPU of the two output (parallel and
serial). I have obtained this results:
FROM PARALLEL OUTPUT
Potential Energy = -1.6960029e+04
Maximum force = 1.7282695e+03 on atom 364
Norm of force = 4.6171844e+02
FROM SERIAL OUTPUT
Potential Energy = -1.7814945e+04
Maximum force = 2.1551072e+03 on atom 496
Norm of force = 2.9537823e+02
On Wed, 14 Apr 2010 16:58:37 +1000
Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au> wrote:
> On 14/04/2010 4:52 PM, PACIELLO GIULIA wrote:
>> Ok...so how could I know the energies among atoms?
> Since it's not reported, you can't get breakdowns of
>energies. That's a limitation from the use of GPU. If you
>want this information, perhaps do your simulation on the
>GPU and re-rerun selected frames from your trajectory on
>a different machine that does not use GPUs.
>> And how can I test if
>> my parallel code is running in the correct manner?
>>> MD is chaotic. Tiny differences at an early stage lead
>>> different results later. That's inevitable. However
>>> should converge to the same value.
> Do things converge to the same values? There's a chance
>that mdrun -reprod will lead to equivalent total energies
>after only one step, if that's been implemented that way.
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