On 12/4/13 5:24 AM, a...@imtech.res.in wrote:
I think so. You are outputting the information too often i.e every 0.2 ps i.e. 5000 times per ns. See this thread http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.gromacs.user/32721
It is unlikely that a few hundred ps of NVT would fill up someone's disk if it has several hundred GB available, but it can't hurt to reduce the output a bit. Frequent writing could be taxing the filesystem unnecessarily.
It is also important to keep in mind that some desktop computers simply cannot handle a simulation that would be best run on a cluster with high-performance I/O.
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