Thank you Gavin.
I got it.
I have some doubts for more details. First I will try and then inform you.
Like colour change, linewidth (this may be useful in case of doss)
On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 5:21 AM, Gavin Abo wrote:
> Example in a bash ($) terminal:
On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 03:48:29PM +0530, Dr. K. C. Bhamu wrote:
> Thank you Prof Blaha
> I usually do same as you suggested. I extract these files in excel and then
> used to plot in another softwares.
> I wanted through terminal just for new learning and really it also gives
> good plots.
Thank you Prof Blaha
I usually do same as you suggested. I extract these files in excel and then
used to plot in another softwares.
I wanted through terminal just for new learning and really it also gives
On Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 9:33 PM, Peter Blaha
Dear Prof. Marks,
Many thanks for your help.
The administrators said that everything is 0K, the software is the
problem (the easy answer) : no zombies, no other jobs in the node, ... !!
Let me give you more information to see if you can imagine other
1) Intel Xeon Six
a) Check your .machines file. DFoes it meet your expectations, or has
this node too large load.
b) Can you interactively login into these nodes while your job is running ?
If yes, login on 2 nodes (in two windows) and runtop
c) If nothing obvious is wrong so far, test the network by doing
What is no shape approximation?
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I am trying to calculate DOS of compound with stoichiometric A 2 B 1-x C x
by asist of supercell approach.The atom B, in first and end series have one
position but in intermediate cases it split into two distinct positions.Now i
want to calculate the partial DOS of d orbital of B
See the posts:
On 9/21/2015 11:35 AM, Seyyed Amir Abbas Emami wrote:
I am trying to calculate DOS of compound with
Dear Professor Blaha,
Thank you !
My .machines file is 0K.
I will ask the administrator to follow your other suggestions (users do
not have privileges).
All the best,
2015-09-21 10:22 GMT-03:00 Peter Blaha :
> a) Check your .machines
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