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g2s - converts gadget to nemo snapshot file(s) using falcON
requires NEMO version 3.0.13 or higher, see
g2s tries to read gadget snapshots
(gadget data format 1) and write them into a single nemo snapshot file.
If the input has been different endianess than the local machine, the data
are converted on the fly.
Gadget is a massively parallel code and a single gadget snapshot
distributed over several files may contain more data than can be hold in
memory on just one node. Such snapshots cannot presently converted; the
code is likely to crash when trying to grab too much memory.
- Gives the base file name
for gadget snapshot data files. Default: required.
- File name for
writing data in nemo snapshot format. Default: required.
of snapshots to be converted. If nshot>1, we assume that there are snapshots
fbaseXXX with XXX running from first to nshot-first+1. Otherwisw (if nshot==1),
we assume the snapshot fbase to exists. Note that each snapshot can be distributed
over several files, e.g. the 4th snapshot may be in 8 files "fbase004.0" to
"fbase004.7". Default: 1.
- Specifies which data are copied to
the nemo snapshot file (and hence are assumed present in the gadget data
We assume that the gadget file contains the following data in this
order: positions, velocities, keys (ids), masses (if not specified via
the header), internal gas energies, gas densities, gas smoothing lengths,
potentials, and accelerations. We stop reading the gadget data file once
all data to be copied have been read (or the end of the file has been reached).
Note that the first five are guaranteed to be always present. Default: mxvU.
- If nshot>1, we assume the first snapshot to be converted to have
index val. So, if e.g. first=4 and nshot=5, we seek to read snapshots "fbase004"
to "fbase008". Default: 0.
- Size (in bytes) of the FORTRAN record
header used when the gadget data files have been written. This is usually
4, but on some 64bit machines it may be 8. Using a wrong value is likely
to result in a fatal error with a completely misguiding error message. Default:
falcON/doc/user_guide.pdf User Guide for falcON.
Walter Dehnen firstname.lastname@example.org
16-Feb-2007 first version of manual WD
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