Re: [AMBER] How to use AMBER on Supercomputer

Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2019 15:51:15 +0000

Dear James,

Thanks for your response!

What I meant is, what files should I use.
For example, when I was using GAUSSIAN on supercomputer, I had to prepare script file and input file.
IN the script file I had to specify the walltime, no. of processors,…etc
In the input file, I have to specify the route section to run certain calculation.

So what is the case with AMBER???????


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Sent: Saturday, 21 December 2019 5:28 PM
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Subject: Re: [AMBER] How to use AMBER on Supercomputer

As far as I know your supercomputer needs to have AMBER installed on it, and then you remote logon to it (usually via ssh).

I also have a different question for fellow users, somehow the mailing list is rejecting it as spam:

“I’m looking to choose a graphics card for running AMBER. For cards that are not listed on the official Amber benchmark like the 2060, or 1070ti, has anybody been using these models? I assume it should definitely work, and a general benchmark found elsewhere should be a good estimate of relative performance-but I just want to ask about someone’s actual first-hand experience, with either a 1070Ti, 2060 or 2070, do they run AMBER properly?”


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> On Dec 21, 2019, at 12:50 AM, MUHAMMAD KHATTAB FATHI KHATTAB <<>> wrote:
> Dear All,
> As a beginner, I am wondering how to start using AMBER on supercomputer?
> What are the required files? How to prepare them?
> Regards,
> Muhammad
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