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Message 305 - Posted: 18 Aug 2007 | 22:33:52 UTC

I have pdb or Chem3D models of peptides that I would like to run in a distributed folding application. I can only simulate 2 peptides currently with my P4 workstation. It seems to work well but it crashes the system over long runs. I would like to carry the simulation time past 1-10 us with over 100-200 peptides to illustrate the effect that I am current researching. How can I go about submitting jobs to my own PS3?

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Message 308 - Posted: 19 Aug 2007 | 8:56:31 UTC - in response to Message 305.
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I have pdb or Chem3D models of peptides that I would like to run in a distributed folding application. I can only simulate 2 peptides currently with my P4 workstation. It seems to work well but it crashes the system over long runs. I would like to carry the simulation time past 1-10 us with over 100-200 peptides to illustrate the effect that I am current researching. How can I go about submitting jobs to my own PS3?


For research work using CellMD you may want to contact me at ps3grid\"at\"gmail.com directly because it is independent from PS3GRID.

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