teodor... at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 17:47:59 UTC 2010
the length for that line is already set to what the good sense says is a reasonable number (i.e. 250 charachters).
If you want just run for the sake of let cp2k do challenging things just increase default_path_length.
For scientific purposes I would really suggest you to rethink something slightly different and more compact, which is
catching the physics of your problem. With this one, honestly, I don't think you will go too far.
On Dec 15, 2010, at 6:15 PM, Ali wrote:
> Dear CP2K Users,
> I am trying to perform metadynamics on a combination of collective
> variables. Within the section COMBINE_COLVAR, one can input a
> functional form for the combination of CV's. My functional form
> appears to be *too long* for the FUNCTION tag in COMBINE_COLVAR and I
> get the following error:
> *** 17:45:01 WARNING in input_val_types:val_get err=-300 val_get
> will ***
> *** truncate value, value beginning
> with ***
> *** '(CV1-2)^2+(CV2-2)^2+(CV3-2)^2+(CV4-2)^2+(CV5-2)^2+(CV6-2)^2+
> (CV7-2)^2 ***
> *** (CV8-2)^2+(CV9-2)^2+(CV10-2)^2+(CV11-2)^2+(CV12-2)^2+(CV13-2)^2+
> (CV14- ***
> *** )^2+(CV15-2)^2+(CV16-2)^2+(CV17-2)^2+(CV18-2)^2+(CV19-2)^2+
> (CV20-2)^2+ ***
> *** CV21-2)^2+(CV22-2)^2+(CV23-2)^2+(CV24-2)^2+(CV25-2)^2' is too
> long ***
> *** for
> COLVARS| COMBINING FUNCTION : (CV1-2)^2+(CV2-2)^2+(CV3-2)^2+(CV4-2)^2+
> COLVARS| VARIABLES : CV1 CV2 CV3 CV4 CV5 CV6 CV7 CV8 CV9 CV10 CV11
> CV12 CV13 CV14 CV15 CV16 CV17 CV18 CV19 CV20 CV21 CV22 CV23 CV24 CV25
> I thought an easy fix would be change the default_string_length to a
> larger number but that didn't seem to do the trick.
> Any help/suggestions on how to get around this would be appreciated.
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