mark.j.abraham at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 10:16:49 CET 2014
On Mar 24, 2014 1:10 AM, "Chetan Mahajan" <chetanvm10 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all:
> I am trying to get a simulation of water solvated titanium oxide running.
> When 'all' option is used for refcoord-scaling, simulation runs ok.
> However, when 'com' option is used for refcoord-scaling, simulation
> with any of the following errors. Could anyone explain to me why is this
See the description of com. You didn't tell us what you were restraining,
so it's hard to help. But I can see multiple com of tio2 and PBC not
working well together, particularly if you box size is far from best.
> or when each of the options such as 'all', 'com' and 'no' is used?
When you really care about your starting position and need to equilibrate
> Thanks a lot!
> X particles communicated to PME node Y are more than a cell length out of
> the domain decomposition cell of their charge group
> This is another way that mdrun tells you your system is blowing
> In GROMACS version 4.0, domain decomposition was introduced to divide the
> system into regions containing nearby atoms (for more details, see the
> manual <http://www.gromacs.org/Documentation/Manual> or the GROMACS 4
> If you have particles that are flying across the system, you will get this
> fatal error. The message indicates that some piece of your system is
> tearing apart (hence out of the "cell of their charge group"). Refer
> to the Blowing
> Up <http://www.gromacs.org/Documentation/Terminology/Blowing_Up> page for
> advice on how to fix this issue.
> A charge group moved too far between two domain decomposition steps.
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