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johnadam74 2016-03-27 12:58

Resuming aliqueit
 
Hi,


I had to cancel the program while it was in the middle of creating the lattice. What command can I use to resume sequence 141966?

It says that a data file (.dat) exists in the current directory. It must either be removed or -R specified to resume nfs.

I want to resume where it left off, but every command that I try doesn't work.

-R is not recognized.


Thanks,


John

Dubslow 2016-03-27 13:50

Aliqueit delegates to yafu, which is the program that produced the messages seen. Yafu requires -R but aliqueit doesn't have such an option.

You must manually tell yafu to finish, then when you restart aliqueit you can use -f <factor> to give it the factor yafu finds.

To resume yafu, use something like [c]./yafu "nfs(num)" -R -v[/c], where num can be found on the first line of nfs.job.

bsquared 2016-03-27 14:16

[QUOTE=Dubslow;430169]Aliqueit delegates to yafu, which is the program that produced the messages seen. Yafu requires -R but aliqueit doesn't have such an option.

You must manually tell yafu to finish, then when you restart aliqueit you can use -f <factor> to give it the factor yafu finds.

To resume yafu, use something like [c]./yafu "nfs(num)" -R -v[/c], where num can be found on the first line of nfs.job.[/QUOTE]

As an alternative to the above, I think you could add the line R=1 to the yafu.ini file (create said file, if there isn't one) and restart aliqueit normally.

Dubslow 2016-03-28 02:17

[QUOTE=bsquared;430171]As an alternative to the above, I think you could add the line R=1 to the yafu.ini file (create said file, if there isn't one) and restart aliqueit normally.[/QUOTE]

Hmm, I think if it was that simple, I would have used it...

Edit: But it seems to work. :huh: Whelp

johnadam74 2016-03-28 12:32

Thanks. It worked.


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