RE: AMBER: stripping water from a restart file

From: Bill Ross <>
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 11:13:43 -0700 (PDT)

> > What error msg was given?
> >
> > Unit 30 Error on OPEN: dimer-vac_md.rst_1000000=3D20
> That unit number looks fishy. What args did you run sander with?
> $AMBERHOME/exe/sander.MPI -O -i mdin -p dimer.prmtop -c =
> dimer-vac_md.rst_1000000 -r jar_1.rst -o jar_1.out -x jar_1.mdcrd=20
> I suspect that the topology file generated after stripping water using =
> rdparm is different form the topology file generated by Leap

I guess the unit number is ok.. the problem isn't the format of the
file, it's that it can't be opened. Try

% ls -l dimer-vac_md.rst_1000000

in the directory you're running in to see if it is really there and
has readable permission.

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