[Pw_forum] usage of recover=.true.
gabriele.sclauzero at epfl.ch
Mon Aug 22 16:30:56 CEST 2011
Il giorno 22/ago/2011, alle ore 16.27, Elie Moujaes ha scritto:
> Thank you.I hope it works as I definitely do not want to lose the 105 modes..It took 7 days to do that. But how to re execute the ph.x command..I tried doing the usual:
> /.../...../ph.x <GB60.phG.in >GB60.phG.out but it exited.
Could you be more specific?
Have you tried to read the output to understand why it did not complete the calculation?
> Is there another way to restart the command?
> Thanks again
> Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 22:21:25 +0800
> From: flux_ray12 at 163.com
> To: pw_forum at pwscf.org
> Subject: Re: [Pw_forum] usage of recover=.true.
> If you specify the right outdir path and prefix name, then the restarted one will definitely begin from 106th mode, since 105 modes have been finished.
> GAO Zhe
> CMC Lab, MSE, SNU, Seoul, S.Korea
> At 2011-08-22 22:06:49,"Elie Moujaes" <elie.moujaes at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am doing phonon calculations for a large system at the Gamma point (I have 180 irreducible representations (modes) to work out). The server was shut for a day. I have used in my input file recover=.true. I have reached representation 106 before the server broke down. Does it mean that If I executed the command ph.x again, the calculations will start from where it was interrupted?if not, what can i do to not lose what has been done?
> Elie Moujaes
> University of Nottingham
> NG7 2RD
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