rad.... at arl.army.mil
Mon Feb 4 17:29:42 UTC 2008
I am sorry Teo, you are right. The stress was printed in separate
file. I am still getting used to look for it.
Axel - we can't do cvs from our environment, can't do cron jobs
either. There are so many restrictions. Nightly build download from
the web is the easiest option. When i am working from home then I can
do cvs update
from an university machine and move the stuff back to our hpc
mcahines. At workplace we are restricted to only few options.
On Feb 4, 9:02 am, Teodoro Laino <teodor... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rad,
> On 4 Feb 2008, at 14:47, Rad wrote:
> > It is still not printing the pressure/stress tensor. I pulled out a
> > copy of cp2k from the cvs respository (not the nightly build) and
> > compiled it for the run. When will the nightly build with the updated
> > version be available?
> I have really no idea rad.. It should be done every night but that is
> out of my control.
> Unfortunately it depends on many things and due to the relatively
> instability of berlios
> this could be delayed ..
> > Is there a way I can quickly look at the code (for specifice code
> > changes) to make sure that I am working with the correct version that
> > prints the tensor in an optimization run?
> If I'm not wrong (pls correct me in case) you should see when running
> cp2k the LAST CVS entry
> at the very beginning of the output file.. you can check with the cvs
> homepage to see if that file corresponds
> really to the one you're interested..
> Anyway I'm able to print the stress tensor with the yesterday
> version.. Please check about the keywords
> you've to specify (see the previous message)..
> Otherwise just post the input file and I will have a look.
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