[CP2K:3013] Re: DFT-D
Jörg Saßmannshausen
j.sassma... at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Dec 17 09:56:28 UTC 2010
Dear Theo and Matthias,
many thanks for your replies.
Yes, I remember from the tutorial that you need the 'right size of the box'
and, as mentioned by Theo, should be at least double the size of the electron
density. Fortunately, I should have access to a larger cluster over Christmas.
Now, correct me if I am wrong, the memory of the whole calculation should be
(fairly) the same, say 64 GB, regardless whether I run it hypothetically on
one or 64 cores, right? I am aware of some overhead when I run things in
parallel. The reason I am asking is, the IB cluster here has 4 cores per node
with 8 GB or RAM, so I would need some rule of thumb to estimate the numbers
of cores I would need.
The reason behind all of that is that I need to do some testing to get the
right hardware configuration for the new cluster we want to purchase.
Obviously, I want enough memory (I am currently applying 3 GB per core for the
Intel Nehalem) but I don't want to overkill it with memory. Hence all my
testing.
All the best from a cold London
Jörg
On Friday 17 December 2010 08:58:41 Teodoro Laino wrote:
> Joerg,
>
> the script you've been using should be the one we distributed at the CP2K
> tutorial. It's strange that Matthias does not know anything about that
> since he was tutor at that tutorial. Anyway: the script does exactly what
> I said in the previous mail.
> It takes the linear dimensions of the molecule (atomic distances) and sums
> up a buffer 3-5 Angstrom. This will lead to converged results for
> decouplers like MT.
> Again in CP2K we do not have cheaper decoupler (you may try the others one
> available like :
>
> MULTIPOLE
>
> WAVELET
>
> )
> Refer to the papers cited for each of these methods for constraints about
> the box size: each of them is slightly different. For large molecules
> WAVELET may be definitely much better. In fact for WAVELET is also enough
> that the density is zero at the border of the box. But there are other
> constraints : for non-periodic calculations we have implemented only cubic
> boxes. So.. you see.. depends a lot.. for MT you can use an orthorhombic
> (but larger in size).. for WAVELET a cubic although a bit smaller.
>
> Up to you the final decision.
> Teo
>
> On Dec 16, 2010, at 10:54 PM, Jörg Saßmannshausen wrote:
> > Hi Matthias,
> >
> > thanks for the reply.
> > I was using the script from the workshop to get the box size. You are not
> > aware of any bugs in that script which could lead to a wrong box size for
> > rathe large but flat molecules?
> >
> > I will toy around with the grid size and see if I can get it going.
> > Probably moving to a PBC calculation would not help with the problem at
> > all I would guess, or?
> >
> > All the best from a rainy London
> >
> > Jörg
> >
> > On Dienstag 14 Dezember 2010 Matthias Krack wrote:
> >> Hi Joerg,
> >>
> >> your simulation box size seems to be about 27 Angstrom^3 and using a
> >> cutoff 660 Ry for such a box will result in large grids and thus huge
> >> memory allocations. Possibly, the extreme memory request is the reason
> >> for abnormal program termination. You may check your grid sizes using
> >> http://cp2k.berlios.de/manual/CP2K_INPUT/FORCE_EVAL/PRINT/GRID_INFORMATI
> >> ON. html to get an idea of what will be used.
> >> Afaik, SAVE_MEM helps only for systems which are large due to the
> >> number of atoms employed. This is not the case for your system and
> >> thus there is no impact from this keyword.
> >>
> >> cheers,
> >>
> >> Matthias
> >>
> >> On Dec 13, 11:54 pm, Jörg Saßmannshausen <j.sassma... at ucl.ac.uk>
> >>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Dear Juerg,
> >>>
> >>> ok, I am now playing around with the DFT-D in cp2k.
> >>> I am currently trying to ascertain how much memory we would require for
> >>> the work we are planning to do and for the new cluster. Hence, these
> >>> are test runs of the right size of molecule but not with a really good
> >>> optimised structure (i.e. not optimised with DFT-D).
> >>>
> >>> I have tried both the DFT-D2 and DFT-D3 option and I got 2 problems:
> >>> a) the test molecule needs about > 48 GB of RAM, which is significant.
> >>> Is there any way to get that into a more handable size? I have tried
> >>> the SAVE_MEM in GLOBAL but that did not really had any effect it
> >>> seems. Following Matthias' suggestion some time ago, I am using a
> >>> cutoff of 660, which was working well for different molecules in the
> >>> past.
> >>>
> >>> b) I get the following error for the DFT-D2 frequency calculation:
> >>>
> >>> [ ... ]
> >>>
> >>> REPLICA| layout of the replica grid, number of groups
> >>>
> >>> 2
> >>>
> >>> REPLICA| layout of the replica grid, size of each group
> >>>
> >>> 1
> >>>
> >>> REPLICA| MPI process to grid (group,rank) correspondence:
> >>> ( 0 : 0, 0) ( 1 : 1, 0)
> >>>
> >>> VIB| Vibrational Analysis Info
> >>>
> >>> Pair potential vdW calculation
> >>> Dispersion potential type: DFTD2
> >>> Scaling parameter (s6) 1.00000000000000000
> >>> Exponential prefactor 20.000000000000000
> >>> Total vdW energy [au] : -6.37708902660472643E-002
> >>> Total vdW energy [kcal] : -40.016837470249470
> >>>
> >>> Dispersion Forces
> >>> Atom Kind Forces
> >>>
> >>> [ ... ]
> >>>
> >>> |G| = 5.08859983571732719E-002
> >>>
> >>> Stress Tensor (dispersion)
> >>> -0.911187517690E-03 -0.491992126627E-02 0.140501262854E-01
> >>> -0.491992126627E-02 0.134365275526E-01 0.179254944339E-02
> >>>
> >>> 0.140501262854E-01 0.179254944339E-02 -0.155716224075E-01
> >>>
> >>> Tr(P)/3 : -1.01542745750825042E-003
> >>>
> >>> CP2K| condition FAILED at line 253
> >>> CP2K| Abnormal program termination, stopped by process number 1
> >>> CP2K| condition FAILED at line 253
> >>> CP2K| Abnormal program termination, stopped by process number 0
> >>>
> >>> For the DFT-D3 calculation I get this error:
> >>> [ ... ]
> >>>
> >>> |G| = 1.19763995420629592E-002
> >>> |
> >>> Stress Tensor (dispersion)
> >>> -0.525748742588E-02 -0.260638877285E-02 0.799232865409E-02
> >>> -0.260638877285E-02 -0.433023621108E-03 0.181088946886E-02
> >>>
> >>> 0.799232865409E-02 0.181088946886E-02 -0.929520614835E-02
> >>>
> >>> Tr(P)/3 : -4.99523906511300034E-003
> >>>
> >>> CP2K| condition FAILED at line 236
> >>> CP2K| Abnormal program termination, stopped by process number 0
> >>>
> >>> It appears to me I am doing something wrong. I basically have copied
> >>> and pasted your section into the force_eval.inc file.
> >>> Can you or somebody be so kind and point me in the right direction? It
> >>> is possible to do the frequency calculation with DFT-D or am I wrong
> >>> here?
> >>>
> >>> I have attached the input files dft-d-D2.inp, force_eval-D2.inc and
> >>> subsys.inc.
> >>>
> >>> All the best from London
> >>>
> >>> Jörg
> >>>
> >>> On Montag 22 November 2010 hut... at pci.uzh.ch wrote:
> >>>> Hi
> >>>>
> >>>> here is an example for the Grimme D2 method
> >>>>
> >>>> &vdW_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> DISPERSION_FUNCTIONAL PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>> &PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> TYPE DFTD2
> >>>> R_CUTOFF 15.0
> >>>> SCALING 1.0
> >>>>
> >>>> &END PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> &END vdW_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> The SCALING parameter refers to the s6 term in this method.
> >>>> Default values for some functionals are available in the
> >>>> code through
> >>>>
> >>>> REFERENCE_FUNCTIONAL BLYP
> >>>>
> >>>> This is an example for the new D3 method
> >>>>
> >>>> DISPERSION_FUNCTIONAL PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>> &PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> TYPE DFTD3
> >>>> REFERENCE_FUNCTIONAL BLYP
> >>>> CALCULATE_C9_TERM .TRUE.
> >>>> PARAMETER_FILE_NAME dftd3.dat
> >>>> R_CUTOFF 15.0
> >>>>
> >>>> &END PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> &END vdW_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> With VERBOSE_OUTPUT TRUE you can get all kinds of detailed
> >>>> energy contributions.
> >>>>
> >>>> regards
> >>>>
> >>>> Juerg Hutter
> >>>>
> >>>> --------------------------------------------------------------
> >>>> Juerg Hutter Phone : ++41 44 635 4491
> >>>> Physical Chemistry Institute FAX : ++41 44 635 6838
> >>>> University of Zurich E-mail: hut... at pci.uzh.ch
> >>>> Winterthurerstrasse 190
> >>>> CH-8057 Zurich, Switzerland
> >>>> ---------------------------------------------------------------
> >>>>
> >>>> -----cp... at googlegroups.com wrote: -----
> >>>>
> >>>> To: cp2k <cp... at googlegroups.com>
> >>>> From: Jörg Saßmannshausen <j.sassma... at ucl.ac.uk>
> >>>> Sent by: cp... at googlegroups.com
> >>>> Date: 11/21/2010 11:23AM
> >>>> Subject: [CP2K:2928] DFT-D
> >>>>
> >>>> Dear all
> >>>>
> >>>> admittingly, my skills in cp2k are a bit rusty.
> >>>> I wanted to look into the DFT-D option of cp2k, specially how the
> >>>> second derivatives calculation are performing on rather large
> >>>> molecules.
> >>>>
> >>>>> From the manual I takt it one can do DFT-D calculations so I thought
> >>>>> I am
> >>>>
> >>>> using the water example and play around with that. I decided, mainly
> >>>> for speed reasons, to go with the BP functional and compare that MD
> >>>> run with one where DFT-D is switched on, i.e. BP-D.
> >>>> However, I am not sure whether I done the setup correctly, so I
> >>>> thought I might as well print out whether or not dispension is
> >>>> actually switch on. Playing around with various option in
> >>>> __ROOT__%FORCE_EVAL%DFT%PRINT%DFT_CONTROL_PARAMETERS
> >>>> where somehow unsuccesful in this respect. Would somebody just briefly
> >>>> comment on whether my input file (attached below) is correct and how
> >>>> to print out the DFT parameters?
> >>>> I have omitted the coordination section to save some space.
> >>>>
> >>>> All the best from London!
> >>>>
> >>>> Jörg
> >>>>
> >>>> Input file:
> >>>> &FORCE_EVAL
> >>>>
> >>>> METHOD QS
> >>>> &DFT
> >>>>
> >>>> BASIS_SET_FILE_NAME ../BASIS_SET
> >>>> POTENTIAL_FILE_NAME ../POTENTIAL
> >>>> &MGRID
> >>>>
> >>>> CUTOFF 280
> >>>>
> >>>> &END MGRID
> >>>> &QS
> >>>>
> >>>> EPS_DEFAULT 1.0E-12
> >>>> WF_INTERPOLATION PS
> >>>> EXTRAPOLATION_ORDER 3
> >>>>
> >>>> &END QS
> >>>> &SCF
> >>>>
> >>>> SCF_GUESS ATOMIC
> >>>> &OT ON
> >>>>
> >>>> MINIMIZER DIIS
> >>>>
> >>>> &END OT
> >>>>
> >>>> # SCF_GUESS RESTART
> >>>> # EPS_SCF 1.0E-7
> >>>>
> >>>> &PRINT
> >>>>
> >>>> &RESTART OFF
> >>>> &END
> >>>>
> >>>> &END
> >>>>
> >>>> &END SCF
> >>>> &XC
> >>>>
> >>>> &XC_FUNCTIONAL BP
> >>>> &END XC_FUNCTIONAL
> >>>> &VDW_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> &PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> Type Grimme
> >>>>
> >>>> &end PAIR_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> # POTENTIAL_TYPE DISPERSION_FUNCTIONAL
> >>>>
> >>>> &END VDW_POTENTIAL
> >>>>
> >>>> &END XC
> >>>>
> >>>> &print
> >>>>
> >>>> &DFT_CONTROL_PARAMETERS high
> >>>> &end DFT_CONTROL_PARAMETERS
> >>>>
> >>>> &end print
> >>>>
> >>>> &END DFT
> >>>> &SUBSYS
> >>>>
> >>>> &CELL
> >>>>
> >>>> ABC 9.8528 9.8528 9.8528
> >>>>
> >>>> &END CELL
> >>>> # 32 H2O (TIP5P,1bar,300K) a = 9.8528
> >>>> &COORD
> >>>>
> >>>> [ ... ]
> >>>>
> >>>> &END COORD
> >>>> &KIND H
> >>>>
> >>>> BASIS_SET TZV2P-GTH
> >>>> POTENTIAL GTH-PADE-q1
> >>>>
> >>>> &END KIND
> >>>> &KIND O
> >>>>
> >>>> BASIS_SET TZV2P-GTH
> >>>> POTENTIAL GTH-PADE-q6
> >>>>
> >>>> &END KIND
> >>>>
> >>>> &END SUBSYS
> >>>>
> >>>> &END FORCE_EVAL
> >>>> &GLOBAL
> >>>>
> >>>> PROJECT H2O-32-vdw
> >>>> RUN_TYPE MD
> >>>> PRINT_LEVEL low
> >>>> &TIMINGS
> >>>>
> >>>> THRESHOLD 0.000001
> >>>>
> >>>> &END
> >>>>
> >>>> &END GLOBAL
> >>>> &MOTION
> >>>>
> >>>> &MD
> >>>>
> >>>> ENSEMBLE NVE
> >>>> STEPS 300
> >>>> TIMESTEP 0.5
> >>>> TEMPERATURE 300.0
> >>>>
> >>>> &END MD
> >>>>
> >>>> &END MOTION
> >>>>
> >>>> --
> >>>> *************************************************************
> >>>> Jörg Saßmannshausen
> >>>> University College London
> >>>> Department of Chemistry
> >>>> Gordon Street
> >>>> London
> >>>> WC1H 0AJ
> >>>>
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> >>> Jörg Saßmannshausen
> >>> University College London
> >>> Department of Chemistry
> >>> Gordon Street
> >>> London
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> >>>
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> >>>
> >>> dft-d-D2.inp
> >>>
> >>> < 1KViewDownload
> >>>
> >>> subsys.inc
> >>>
> >>> 4KViewDownload
> >>>
> >>> force_eval-D2.inc
> >>>
> >>> 1KViewDownload
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Department of Chemistry
Gordon Street
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