I removed the old output and launched the command but now it gets this error

ERROR: option <output>: <Silvia\out_Ghiandone_DEM_outlet_coors.txt> exists.
To overwrite, use the --overwrite flag


2016-10-14 15:43 GMT+02:00 margherita [via OSGeo.org] <
ml-node+s1560n5290752...@n6.nabble.com>:

> Hi,
>
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 2:33 PM, Priscilla_I <[hidden email]
> <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5290752&i=0>> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> Thanks for your answers, here the command line I run
>> r.basin map=Ghiandone_DEM@Silvia prefix=out
>> coordinates=368450.0,4954025.0 dir=Silvia threshold=1000 --overwrite
>>
>
> I think the problem lies in the "overwrite", which is not handled by
> r.basin. Try to remove all your output map, then set the region on the DEM
> and then run r.basin, and let us know.
>
>
>>
>> and these are my input raster info
>>
>> +-----------------------------------------------------------
>> -----------------+
>>  | Map:      Ghiandone_DEM@Silvia           Date: Fri Sep 02 12:32:06
>> 2016    |
>>  | Mapset:   Silvia                         Login of Creator: Silvia
>>      |
>>  | Location: Piemonte
>>     |
>>  | DataBase: C:\Users\Silvia\Desktop\Grass
>>      |
>>  | Title:     ( Ghiandone_DEM )
>>     |
>>  | Timestamp: none
>>      |
>>  |----------------------------------------------------------
>> ------------------|
>>  |
>>      |
>>  |   Type of Map:  raster               Number of Categories: 0
>>     |
>>  |   Data Type:    CELL
>>     |
>>  |   Rows:         888
>>      |
>>  |   Columns:      1047
>>     |
>>  |   Total Cells:  929736
>>     |
>>  |        Projection: UTM (zone 32)
>>     |
>>  |            N: 4965768.6398801    S: 4943886.74090327   Res:
>> 24.64177813    |
>>  |            E: 379279.66825865    W: 353479.72655961   Res: 24.64177813
>>     |
>>  |   Range of data:    min = 0  max = 2550
>>      |
>>  |
>>      |
>>  |   Data Description:
>>      |
>>  |    generato da r.in.gdal
>>     |
>>  |
>>      |
>>  |   Comments:
>>      |
>>  |    r.in.gdal input="C:\Users\Silvia\Desktop\Grass\Piemonte\Silvia\Ghian\
>>   |
>>  |    done_DEM.tif" output="Ghiandone_DEM" memory=300 offset=0
>>      |
>>  |
>>      |
>>  +----------------------------------------------------------
>> ------------------+
>> (Fri Oct 14 10:11:48 2016) Comando terminato (0 sec)
>>
>> I tried with Stefan's command line but unfortunately I didn't solve my
>> problem.
>>
>> 2016-10-14 2:45 GMT+02:00 SBL [via OSGeo.org] <[hidden email]
>> <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5290740&i=0>>:
>>
>>> Hi Priscilla,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I guess the problem is that you run g.region both with the –a flag and
>>> the align option.
>>>
>>> Se: https://grass.osgeo.org/grass70/manuals/g.region.html
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Please try:
>>>
>>> g.region -p raster=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Silvia
>>> align=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Silvia
>>>
>>> or even just:
>>>
>>> g.region -p raster=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Silvia
>>>
>>> (both commands should give the same result).
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> I have seen quite some confusion around the –a flag (e.g. it has been
>>> used in Processing in QGIS in a unsuitable way for quite some time).
>>>
>>> Maybe the manual should be improved by:
>>>
>>> 1)      altering the flag description and
>>>
>>> 2)      adding examples for aligning the region to
>>>
>>> a.      another raster map
>>>
>>> b.      a user given resolution / map resolution
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Flag description could be e.g.:
>>>
>>> “Adjusted to be even multiples of the resolution in raster or res
>>> option” instead of the current:
>>>
>>> “Align region to resolution (default = align to bounds, works only for
>>> 2D resolution)”
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> BTW, is there any case where it makes sense to specify both –a flag and
>>> align option? If not, both could be made mutually exclusive in order to
>>> avoid such confusion?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Finally, two possible examples for the manual of g.region, which might
>>> help to make that a bit more clear:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> # Set region extent to a vector map and align resolution to an existing
>>> raster map
>>>
>>> g.region –p vector=soils align=elev_state_500m
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> # Define region to  align resolution to be an even multiple of the
>>> resolution specified by the user
>>>
>>> g.region –pa vector=soils res=100
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Kind regards,
>>>
>>> Stefan
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> *From:* grass-user [mailto:[hidden email]
>>> <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5290654&i=0>] *On Behalf Of 
>>> *Margherita
>>> Di Leo
>>> *Sent:* 13. oktober 2016 18:18
>>> *To:* Priscilla_I <[hidden email]
>>> <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5290654&i=1>>
>>> *Cc:* GRASS user list <[hidden email]
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>>> *Subject:* Re: [GRASS-user] Problem in running r.basin
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 4:51 PM, Priscilla_I <[hidden email]
>>> <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=5290654&i=3>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>> I'm a new grass user, running "r.basin" module for Grass 7.0.4 on Windows
>>> 10, I get this error message "ERROR: Region resolution and raster map
>>> <out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler> resolution differs. Run 'g.region
>>> raster=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler' to set proper region resolution."
>>> I'm using a map in projected coordinates, and I align region with the
>>> raster
>>>
>>> g.region -p -a raster=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Silvia
>>> align=out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Silvia
>>>
>>> projection: 1 (UTM)
>>> zone:       32
>>> datum:      wgs84
>>> ellipsoid:  wgs84
>>> north:      4965768.6398801
>>> south:      4943886.74090327
>>> west:       353479.72655961
>>> east:       379279.66825865
>>> nsres:      24.64177813
>>> ewres:      24.64177813
>>> rows:       888
>>> cols:       1047
>>> cells:      929736
>>>
>>>
>>> raster info are
>>>
>>> Map:      out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler@Si  Date: Thu Oct 13 11:31:23
>>> 2016    |
>>>  | Mapset:   Silvia                         Login of Creator: Silvia
>>> |
>>>  | Location: Piemonte
>>> |
>>>  | DataBase: C:\Users\Silvia\Desktop\Grass
>>> |
>>>  | Title:     ( out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler )
>>> |
>>>  | Timestamp: none
>>> |
>>>
>>> |-----------------------------------------------------------
>>> -----------------|
>>>  |
>>> |
>>>  |   Type of Map:  raster               Number of Categories: 0
>>> |
>>>  |   Data Type:    CELL
>>> |
>>>  |   Rows:         888
>>> |
>>>  |   Columns:      1047
>>> |
>>>  |   Total Cells:  929736
>>> |
>>>  |        Projection: UTM (zone 32)
>>> |
>>>  |            N: 4965768.6398801    S: 4943886.74090327   Res:
>>> 24.64177813
>>> |
>>>  |            E: 379279.66825865    W: 353479.72655961   Res: 24.64177813
>>> |
>>>  |   Range of data:    min = 1  max = 4
>>> |
>>>  |
>>> |
>>>  |   Data Description:
>>> |
>>>  |    generato da r.stream.order
>>> |
>>>  |
>>> |
>>>  |   Comments:
>>> |
>>>  |    r.stream.order stream_rast="out_Ghiandone_DEM_stream_e"
>>> direction="o\
>>> |
>>>  |    ut_Ghiandone_DEM_drainage_e" strahler="out_Ghiandone_DEM_strahler"
>>> h\
>>> |
>>>  |    orton="out_Ghiandone_DEM_horton" shreve="out_Ghiandone_DEM_shreve"
>>> h\
>>> |
>>>  |    ack="out_Ghiandone_DEM_hack" memory=300
>>> |
>>>  |
>>> |
>>>
>>> +-----------------------------------------------------------
>>> -----------------+
>>>
>>> Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> What is the exact r.basin command line that you  run? Can you post also
>>> r.info of the DEM that you use as input?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>>
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