[gmx-users] How to suppress the screen info & how to overwrite files?
fujisaki at nms.ac.jp
Fri Aug 12 19:53:51 CEST 2011
Thanks for your prompt reply and help.
I understood about the first item, but even if I type
export GMX_MAXBACKUP=0 (bash)
it does not seem to work. What is the recommended
procedure? Is there any problem with revision?
I appreciate your help.
> Hiroshi Fujisaki wrote:
> > Dear gromacs users,
> > I am using gromacs 4.0.7 or higher and I would like to
> > ask you two simple questions.
> > For a certain purpose, I use gromacs (grompp or mdrun)
> > many times, and the same information appear on the
> > screen, which might make the computational process slow.
> > How can I suppress such information on the screen?
> Use the -quiet option or redirect all screen output with &>/dev/null.
> > The other question is, when using gromacs many times,
> > it writes many backup files with "sharp", which would be
> > messy or make the process slow. How can I overwrite files
> > in gromacs?
> Try setting the environment variable GMX_MAXBACKUP to zero.
> Justin A. Lemkul
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Hiroshi Fujisaki <fujisaki at nms.ac.jp>
Department of Physics
Nippon Medical School
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