[gmx-users] TIP5P - water molecules cannot be settled
jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu Mar 3 23:31:14 CET 2016
On 3/3/16 5:27 PM, Irem Altan wrote:
> On 3/3/16 5:16 PM, Irem Altan wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. I have checked step12b.pdb and step12c.pdb, and I didn’t observe a deformation in the shape of the molecule in question. It doesn’t look like there is any overlap or clash either. I have also tried to comment out the #ifndef FLEXIBLE block and only leave the settles block uncommented. It results in the same error. How can I check if it is the combination of water models and protein force fields that cause the problem?
> Do people use AMBER + TIP5P often? Does it run with AMBER + TIP3P?
> I have no knowledge of AMBER + TIP5P, but I have used AMBER + TIP3P, TIP4P, SPC, and SPC/E without problems.
> Also realize that water not being settled doesn't necessarily mean you need to troubleshoot the water, it's just that it's the first thing that fails when something goes haywire.
> What would you recommend me to do in order to troubleshoot the problem?
Answer the question I posed before: "Does it run with AMBER + TIP3P?"
If it does, likely the use of TIP5P is inappropriate. If it crashes, then you
have a fundamental problem with your protein or some aspect of your simulation
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