[gmx-users] Replica exchange simulations more than number of processor
t.piggot at soton.ac.uk
Fri Apr 14 15:23:47 CEST 2017
In addition, using another technique like REST2 may substantially reduce
the numbers of replica's you need. Still, more compute is definitely
recommended if you can get it.
On 14/04/17 12:48, Smith, Micholas D. wrote:
> You can try over assignment of cores, but that will be horribly slow. Or use more than 1 node (if you can get it).
> Micholas Dean Smith, PhD.
> Post-doctoral Research Associate
> University of Tennessee/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
> Center for Molecular Biophysics
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> Dear gmx users,
> I would like to simulate folding of a peptides. I have only 12 core
> processor, and I assumed the number of replica using temperature generator
> as following link
> The number of replica is about 60. How can I solve this problem? Can you
> advice me, please?
> Best regards,
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Dr Thomas Piggot
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