[gmx-users] Continuation of the gromacs job using gmx convert-tpr
jalemkul at vt.edu
Thu Jun 21 14:17:49 CEST 2018
On 6/21/18 2:35 AM, Own 12121325 wrote:
> and without append flag it will produce an output in the separate file,
> won't it?
No, because appending is the default behavior. Specifying -append just
invokes what mdrun does on its own. If you want a separate file, add
-noappend to your mdrun command.
> gmx convert-tpr -s init.tpr -o next.tpr -extend 500000
> gmx mdrun -s next.tpr -cpi the_last_chekpoint.cpt
> 2018-06-21 1:12 GMT+02:00 Justin Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu>:
>> On 6/19/18 4:45 AM, Own 12121325 wrote:
>>> Hello Justin,
>>> could you specify please a bit more. Following your method, if the
>>> simulation has been terminated by crash without producing gro file so to
>>> re-initiate it I only need one command:
>>> gmx mdrun -s initial.tpr -cpi the_last_chekpoint.cpt -append
>>> where the last_checkpoint should be something like initial.cpt or
>> but In case if my simulation has been finished correctly e.g. for 50 ns and
>>> I now need to extend it for another 50 ns, should I do the following
>>> with 2 GMX programs:
>>> gmx convert-tpr -s init.tpr -o next.tpr -extend 500000
>>> gmx mdrun -s next.tpr -cpi the_last_chekpoint.cpt -append
>>> it will produce the second part of the trajectory as the new file
>>> (next.trr) or merge together the first and the second part ?
>> You're specifying -append, so the output will be concatenated by mdrun.
>> That's also been default behavior for as long as I can remember, too :)
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