From: Mihaela Drenscko (quo.physics_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jan 09 2017 - 16:20:34 CST
By the way, the namd version I was using so far was 2.10.So for the
multiple replica metadynamics, when naming all replicas outputs with one
common name, say r (instead of giving individual names as 1, 2, 3...10): I
get these errors:
ERROR: Error on renaming file r.restart.coor to r.restart.coor.old: No such
file or directory
FATAL ERROR: Unable to open binary file r.restart.coor: File exists
So if I give the same name to each replica, I get this error; if I give
different names, the 10 pmfs (for 10 replicas) don't combine to one pmf
file. What, then is the way out?
On Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 6:37 PM, Giacomo Fiorin <giacomo.fiorin_at_gmail.com>
> Hi Mihaela, this is a bug fixed a while ago.
> Please update to the latest NAMD.
> On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 9:24 PM, Mihaela Drenscko <quo.physics_at_gmail.com>
>> When I run namd with multiple replicas metadynamics, I don't get files
>> outputwq.colvars.name.replicaID.state and outputwq.colvars.name.replicaId.hills,
>> where outputwq is the name of each outputName. Instead, the paths of these
>> file are written in a file called metadynamics1.outputwq.files, text:
>> These files should read outputwq.metadynamics1.1.state and
>> outputwq.metadynamics1.1.hills, according to:
>> So these files can't be read by other replicas and pmfs can't be combine
>> into one. All i get are partila pmf, from each replica.
>> Any suggestions, what is wrong? Why .state and .hills files are not
>> written with outputName prefixes, without the need foe their paths to be
>> written in afile?
>> Thank you,
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