[gmx-users] floating point exception in .xtc file
francesco.oteri at gmail.com
Sat Jun 9 07:48:57 CEST 2012
you can try to use the program gmx_rescue, by Marc Baaden to recovery your
Below there is the adderess:
2012/6/9 Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>
> On 9/06/2012 7:27 AM, Christopher Neale wrote:
> Dear Users:
> I have a 500 ns trajectory of 65 GB that gives a floating point
> exception when I run it through gmxcheck or trjcat (generated and analyzed
> with gromacs 4.5.5). Has anybody encountered this? I ran mdrun with -append
> so this is the xtc resulting from months of simulation of a 1,000,000 atom
> system. If I run trjconv -f md.xtc -b 200000, where the floating point
> exception occurred around t=180000 ps in gmxcheck, then I can extract the
> readable frames and repair around the damaged section. Still, I'd rather
> not lose any data and I had thought that the new default -append option to
> mdrun checked for these types of problems at runtime.
> I've no idea what might happen when some file-system transient occurs
> mid-simulation, but if mdrun has managed to compute a checksum on an
> incomplete file and stored that in the checkpoint, then the append
> mechanism can be none the wiser. The check upon restart is that the
> checksum matches, not that the checksum is computed on a file whose
> properties would satisfy gmxcheck.
> Note also that some file systems that do not support file locking and this
> is known to cause issues (Redmine 924), but I don't know if this is related
> to your observation.
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Cordiali saluti, Dr.Oteri Francesco
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