From: Marc Baaden (baaden_at_smplinux.de)
Date: Wed May 11 2011 - 11:15:55 CDT
I have recently observed a weird behaviour with at least 4 NAMD simulations
I ran locally on my machine. They all ran to completion but produced corrupt
dcd files. Is this a known issue?
Is there any tool that allows to retrieve as much as possible from such
dcd files? I have seen hints at using a hex editor, but I thought maybe
someone has gone through the trouble of writing a tool to do the job..
. eg is there any magic number or something one can jump to to skip
the corrupt parts?
Thanks in advance,
dcdplugin) detected standard 32-bit DCD file of native endianness
dcdplugin) CHARMM format DCD file (also NAMD 2.1 and later)
dcdplugin) Warning: DCD header claims 4000 frames, file size indicates there are actually 3999 frames
Info) Using plugin dcd for coordinates from file /Volumes/apple/bcl1.prod.1.dcd
dcdplugin) read_dcdstep: corruption or unrecognized file structure
Info) Coordinate I/O rate 59 frames/sec, 17 MB/sec, 7.5 sec
Info) Finished with coordinate file /Volumes/apple/bcl1.prod.1.dcd.
-- Dr. Marc Baaden - Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique, Paris mailto:baaden_at_smplinux.de - http://www.baaden.ibpc.fr FAX: +33 15841 5026 - Tel: +33 15841 5176 ou +33 609 843217
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