[gmx-users] Is it possible to run implicit solvent simulations in parallel?
ulucan.oz at googlemail.com
Wed May 4 15:31:58 CEST 2011
Thanks for the fast response. The exact command I used is :
mdrun -v -s eq2.tpr -deffnm eq2 -g eq2.log -nice 19 >& eq2.out &
On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 3:23 PM, Justin A. Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:
> Ozlem Ulucan wrote:
>> Dear Gromacs Users,
>> I have been trying to simulate a protein in implicit solvent. When I used
>> a single processor by setting -nt to 1 , I did not encounter any problem.
>> But when I tried to run the simulations using more than 1 processor I get
>> the following error.
>> Fatal error:
>> Constraint dependencies further away than next-neighbor
>> in particle decomposition. Constraint between atoms 2177--2179 evaluated
>> on node 3 and 3, but atom 2177 has connections within 4 bonds
>> of node 1, and atom 2179 has connections within 4 bonds of node 3.
>> Reduce the # nodes, lincs_order, or
>> try domain decomposition.
>> I set the lincs_order parameter in .mdp file to different values. But it
>> did not help. I have some questions regarding the information above.
>> 1) Is it possible to run implicit solvent simulations in parallel?
> 2) As far as I know gromacs uses domain decomposition as default. Why
>> does in my simulations gromacs use the particle decomposition which I do not
>> ask for.
> Without seeing the exact commands you gave, there is no plausible
> explanation. DD is used by default.
> Any suggestions are appreciated very much.
>> I am ussing gromacs-4.5.4 with charmm force field and the OBC implicit
>> solvent model. If you need further informations, probably a run input file,
>> let me know.
>> Ozlem Ulucan
> Justin A. Lemkul
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