From: Wei Chen (gtg553p_at_mail.gatech.edu)
Date: Tue Jun 21 2005 - 16:26:19 CDT
You should use commands "bincoordinates, binvelocities" to read in coordinates
and velocities from restart files.
Yes, old ones will be overwriten.
It is not necessary to adjust the first timestep. It is only for your
Quoting "Mark A. Hallman" <hallmanm_at_musc.edu>:
> My computer was shutdown due to a power outage in the middle of a simulation.
> What is the command syntax to restart a simulation from the restart files?
> Also, will the old data be preserved and written the next time restart files
> are created, or should I just not overwrite the old ones? Finally, is it
> necessary to adjust the first timestep in the config file? If so, should it
> match the last timestep that appears in the log file or the last timestep the
> restart file was saved? Thanks for helping a beginner.
> Mark A. Hallman
> 4th-year MSTP
> PhD Candidate
> Cell and Molecular Pharmacology Dept.
> Medical University of South Carolina
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