[phenixbb] clean up temporary files

Tom Terwilliger terwilliger at lanl.gov
Wed Aug 18 08:04:38 PDT 2010

Hi Jianghai,

You can do this in two ways for autosol and autobuild:

1. in your original runs, you can say clean_up=True (default is False):

       clean_up= False At the end of the entire run the TEMP  
directories will
                 be removed if clean_up is True. The default is No,  
keep these
                 directories. If you want to remove them after your  
run is
                 finished use a command like "phenix.autobuild run=1

2. after you are done with a run you can remove any TEMP0  
subdirectories in your runs, as all the key files have been written to  
the main directories (AutoSol_run_1_ etc).

All the best,
Tom T

On Aug 18, 2010, at 8:14 AM, Jianghai Zhu wrote:

> Hi,
> I realize that after a phenix run, especially autobuild and autosol,  
> there are a lot of temporary files.  Is there a way to clean up the  
> disk?  Even the .geo file can be removed after some time, because it  
> is huge and can be easily regenerated.
> -- Jianghai
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