How to run atomate in offline Mode?

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

FW_offline.json (2.87 KB)

···

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.
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On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

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Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung

···

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

···

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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Thank you so much! It is due to the gzip option. Now it works!

Sung

···

2018-03-12 12:38 GMT-05:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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Best,
Anubhav

Although the issue is solved by turning off gzip functional of the custodian, I’m still struggling with insert ‘task.json’ to MongoDB. Can you guide me a little bit more?

Thanks in advance,
Sung

2018년 3월 11일 일요일 오후 12시 21분 9초 UTC-5, 조성범 님의 말:

···

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

Hi Sung,

Ok great! I have created an issue to fix the gzip / offline issue for future users. You can track its progress here: https://github.com/hackingmaterials/atomate/issues/215

Regarding your second question about how to put the tasks.json file in a database, unfortunately there is really not a great solution for that. Since your compute nodes cannot connect to the database (I assume this is why you are using offline mode in the first place), they cannot automatically insert the task documents for you. Currently, you would need to write your own script that would parse the tasks.json and insert it into MongoDB. Unfortunately, if you want to further use the builders down the line, you would also need to assign a “task_id” to each to each document as well.

We don’t use offline mode ourselves at all, so unfortunately there isn’t too much support or experience for that mode. But if you run into further troubles please do feel free to contact the list again.

···

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:27:00 AM UTC-7, Sung Beom Cho wrote:

Thank you so much! It is due to the gzip option. Now it works!

Sung

2018-03-12 12:38 GMT-05:00 Anubhav Jain AJ..[email protected]:

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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위 전자우편에 포함된 정보는 지정된 수신인에게만 발송되는 것으로 보안을 유지해야 하는 정보와 법률상 및 기타 사유로 공개가 금지된 정보가 포함돼 있을 수 있습니다.

귀하가 이 전자우편의 지정 수신인이 아니라면 본 메일에 포함된 정보의 전부 또는 일부를 무단으로 보유, 사용하거나 제3자에게 공개, 복사, 전송, 배포해서는 안 됩니다.

본 메일이 잘못 전송되었다면, 전자우편 혹은 전화로 연락해주시고, 메일을 즉시 삭제해 주시기 바랍니다. 협조해 주셔서 감사합니다.


Hi Anubhav,

Thank you for consistent update. I’m tryting to write down the scripts to put the data into MongoDB. I think executing those script as pre_rocket & post_rocket variables in my_qadapter.yaml might work. The pre_rocket script should write down “task_id” information, and the post_rocket script should wrap it up and upload to MongoDB using the pre-defined function in Atomate. Alternatively, I think I can add another function lpad recover_offline.

However, I’m not sure how Atomate uploads the json data to MongoDB. Which function should I call to upload the data? Once I look up that part, I’ll try to write down the script.

Thanks,
Sung

2018년 3월 14일 수요일 오후 12시 48분 31초 UTC-5, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

···

Hi Sung,

Ok great! I have created an issue to fix the gzip / offline issue for future users. You can track its progress here: https://github.com/hackingmaterials/atomate/issues/215

Regarding your second question about how to put the tasks.json file in a database, unfortunately there is really not a great solution for that. Since your compute nodes cannot connect to the database (I assume this is why you are using offline mode in the first place), they cannot automatically insert the task documents for you. Currently, you would need to write your own script that would parse the tasks.json and insert it into MongoDB. Unfortunately, if you want to further use the builders down the line, you would also need to assign a “task_id” to each to each document as well.

We don’t use offline mode ourselves at all, so unfortunately there isn’t too much support or experience for that mode. But if you run into further troubles please do feel free to contact the list again.

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:27:00 AM UTC-7, Sung Beom Cho wrote:

Thank you so much! It is due to the gzip option. Now it works!

Sung

2018-03-12 12:38 GMT-05:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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위 전자우편에 포함된 정보는 지정된 수신인에게만 발송되는 것으로 보안을 유지해야 하는 정보와 법률상 및 기타 사유로 공개가 금지된 정보가 포함돼 있을 수 있습니다.

귀하가 이 전자우편의 지정 수신인이 아니라면 본 메일에 포함된 정보의 전부 또는 일부를 무단으로 보유, 사용하거나 제3자에게 공개, 복사, 전송, 배포해서는 안 됩니다.

본 메일이 잘못 전송되었다면, 전자우편 혹은 전화로 연락해주시고, 메일을 즉시 삭제해 주시기 바랍니다. 협조해 주셔서 감사합니다.


I think executing those script as pre_rocket & post_rocket variables in my_qadapter.yaml might work

If that works, I would think that you wouldn’t need the “offline” mode in the first place.

I’m not sure how Atomate uploads the json data to MongoDB

Actually, I realized you don’t need to maintain a task_id or anything yourself, so ignore my previous email. Given a tasks.json file, you should just have to:

  1. Load the json into a dictionary format using json.load()

  2. Call this method: atomate.vasp.database.VaspCalcDb#insert_task with the task_doc argument set to the dictionary above. You might want to try the other arguments (parse_dos and parse_bs) as well depending on whether you think those should be stored in the database.

Best

Anubhav

···

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 2:21:33 PM UTC-7, 조성범 wrote:

Hi Anubhav,

Thank you for consistent update. I’m tryting to write down the scripts to put the data into MongoDB. I think executing those script as pre_rocket & post_rocket variables in my_qadapter.yaml might work. The pre_rocket script should write down “task_id” information, and the post_rocket script should wrap it up and upload to MongoDB using the pre-defined function in Atomate. Alternatively, I think I can add another function lpad recover_offline.

However, I’m not sure how Atomate uploads the json data to MongoDB. Which function should I call to upload the data? Once I look up that part, I’ll try to write down the script.

Thanks,
Sung

2018년 3월 14일 수요일 오후 12시 48분 31초 UTC-5, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

Hi Sung,

Ok great! I have created an issue to fix the gzip / offline issue for future users. You can track its progress here: https://github.com/hackingmaterials/atomate/issues/215

Regarding your second question about how to put the tasks.json file in a database, unfortunately there is really not a great solution for that. Since your compute nodes cannot connect to the database (I assume this is why you are using offline mode in the first place), they cannot automatically insert the task documents for you. Currently, you would need to write your own script that would parse the tasks.json and insert it into MongoDB. Unfortunately, if you want to further use the builders down the line, you would also need to assign a “task_id” to each to each document as well.

We don’t use offline mode ourselves at all, so unfortunately there isn’t too much support or experience for that mode. But if you run into further troubles please do feel free to contact the list again.

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:27:00 AM UTC-7, Sung Beom Cho wrote:

Thank you so much! It is due to the gzip option. Now it works!

Sung

2018-03-12 12:38 GMT-05:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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Hi

I just wanted to follow up to see whether you were able to make this work or if there is any other help we can provide

···

On Friday, March 16, 2018 at 11:23:44 AM UTC-7, Anubhav Jain wrote:

I think executing those script as pre_rocket & post_rocket variables in my_qadapter.yaml might work

If that works, I would think that you wouldn’t need the “offline” mode in the first place.

I’m not sure how Atomate uploads the json data to MongoDB

Actually, I realized you don’t need to maintain a task_id or anything yourself, so ignore my previous email. Given a tasks.json file, you should just have to:

  1. Load the json into a dictionary format using json.load()
  1. Call this method: atomate.vasp.database.VaspCalcDb#insert_task with the task_doc argument set to the dictionary above. You might want to try the other arguments (parse_dos and parse_bs) as well depending on whether you think those should be stored in the database.

Best

Anubhav
On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 2:21:33 PM UTC-7, 조성범 wrote:

Hi Anubhav,

Thank you for consistent update. I’m tryting to write down the scripts to put the data into MongoDB. I think executing those script as pre_rocket & post_rocket variables in my_qadapter.yaml might work. The pre_rocket script should write down “task_id” information, and the post_rocket script should wrap it up and upload to MongoDB using the pre-defined function in Atomate. Alternatively, I think I can add another function lpad recover_offline.

However, I’m not sure how Atomate uploads the json data to MongoDB. Which function should I call to upload the data? Once I look up that part, I’ll try to write down the script.

Thanks,
Sung

2018년 3월 14일 수요일 오후 12시 48분 31초 UTC-5, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

Hi Sung,

Ok great! I have created an issue to fix the gzip / offline issue for future users. You can track its progress here: https://github.com/hackingmaterials/atomate/issues/215

Regarding your second question about how to put the tasks.json file in a database, unfortunately there is really not a great solution for that. Since your compute nodes cannot connect to the database (I assume this is why you are using offline mode in the first place), they cannot automatically insert the task documents for you. Currently, you would need to write your own script that would parse the tasks.json and insert it into MongoDB. Unfortunately, if you want to further use the builders down the line, you would also need to assign a “task_id” to each to each document as well.

We don’t use offline mode ourselves at all, so unfortunately there isn’t too much support or experience for that mode. But if you run into further troubles please do feel free to contact the list again.

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10:27:00 AM UTC-7, Sung Beom Cho wrote:

Thank you so much! It is due to the gzip option. Now it works!

Sung

2018-03-12 12:38 GMT-05:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

Hi Sung,

Thank you for reporting the problem. It’s possible that the gzip is causing it to fail, since FireWorks is expecting a file called “FW_offline.json” but that file doesn’t exist since it’s been gzipped to “FW_offline.json.gz”

Does it still fail if you turn off the “gzip_output” option in RunVaspCustodian? i.e. if you set this line of code:

atomate/vasp/firetasks/run_calc.py:119

to be False.

If that works, we can modify FWS so that it also detects a gzipped version of “FW_offline.json”, make it easier to turn off the gzip feature in atomate, or avoid having atomate gzip the FW_offline.json file.

Best,

Anubhav

On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 10:21 AM, [email protected] wrote:

Hi Zeying,

Each calculation step (“Firework”) of the default atomate workflows consists of multiple steps, e.g.:

(i) Write the VASP input files

(ii) Run VASP

(iii) Parse the VASP outputs and enter the results into your tasks database

From what I can tell, (i) and (ii) are happening fine but (iii) is giving an error. This is why the Fireworks shows up as FIZZLED. The reason (iii) is giving an error is because it is trying to enter the results from the VASP calculation into your tasks database, but it cannot do this because your compute nodes cannot connect to external databases (this is presumably why you are running offline mode in the first place).

It is possible to have step (iii) simply write a summary document (“task.json” file) in your calculation directory and not enter anything into the database. This should probably allow step (iii) to complete successfully. To do this, you’d need to modify your my_fworker.yaml file so that the “db_file” parameter of the “env” is set to “null”. Thus, if you are following the installation tutorial (https://hackingmaterials.github.io/atomate/installation.html#my-fworker-yaml), you should switch “<<INSTALL_DIR>>/config/db.json” with “null”. If atomate is not given a database credential file, it will simply write the summary of the calc to the directory as a “task.json” file. The only way to insert that file into the tasks database is to do this manually, i.e., write a short Python script to open the JSON file and insert it into MongoDB. This should only be a few lines of code (e.g., a dozen or so total).

All this said, I’m not sure it makes so much sense to use atomate if one is using offline mode. It just adds a lot extra overhead and steps.

As for managing calculations (e.g., where are all my calcs located? where is a specific calc located?), there are basically two answers:

  1. Use the database to find out where your calculations are. This might include using FireWorks commands (e.g., “lpad get_fw …” or “lpad get_wflow …”), or, if you have a “tasks” database of output calculations, to query MongoDb to find the task you want. In both cases, once finding the appropriate calc (or set of calcs) with the database search, there are keys in the document to tell you where the location is. As one example, try something like:

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_reduced_abc”: “B1 N2 Y1”}’ -d more

(where you put the alphabetical formula of the compound you want)

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.chemsys”: “B-N-Y”}’ -d more

or

lpad get_wflows -q ‘{“metadata.formula_anonymous”: “ABC2”}’ -d more

You can also query your tasks database (if you are able to have one) and get, for example, the locations of all jobs that have band gap > 0, or have a certain e_hull energy, etc.

  1. If you want to browse the filesystem (we rarely do this, and just use the database 99% of the time), you can use “ls” in conjunction with the namefile that’s written by default in atomate workflows. The namefile looks something like “FW–LiFePO4-structure_optimization”. Then, if you are sitting in the directory that contains all your “launcher_” directories, you can do something like “ls launcher_/FW–LiFePO4” to find all the launcher directories that contain LiFePO4. You can also write your own custom bash script to try to help you identify runs.

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 12:29 PM, zeying zhang [email protected] wrote:

Thank you for your reply, sorry my question was not detailed enough, I use pip install atomate --user to install atomate,

Here is my workflow:

from pymatgen import Structure

from fireworks import LaunchPad

from atomate.vasp.workflows.presets.core import wf_bandstructure

struct = Structure.from_file(‘POSCAR’)

wf = wf_bandstructure(struct)

lpad = LaunchPad.auto_load()

lpad.add_wf(wf)

and my rocket_launch in my_qadapter.yaml is:

rocket_launch: rlaunch -c /home/zz58wulu/atomate/config singleshot --offline

when I was trying to use qlaunch -r rapidfire to submit the job, the vasp calculation was success. but the job state was FIZZLED.

the FW–offline.json file is in the attachment.

the job was run successfully in the log-in node.

by the way do you have some experience to manage calculation results? because the file name are look like randomly and in your document the command find_one is not easy to use for large number of calculations.

Thank you!

Best,

Zeying

2018-01-28 20:25 GMT+01:00 Anubhav Jain [email protected]:

You will need to provide much more detail:

  • How did you install atomate?
  • What computing resource are you trying to run on?
  • What do your configuration files look like?
  • What commands are you running?
  • What error messages do you get?

On Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 7:43 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I am trying to run atomate in offline mode, but it seems that atomate cannot run.

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Best,
Anubhav

I’m also struggling to run Atomate with the offline mode. Although I followed the suggestions, ‘task.json’ file has not written.

I used latest Pymatgen, Custodian, and Fireworks. The commands are exactly same with the Zeying’s. I found out the vasp claculation was done, but the lpad cannot update due to an error. It looks the custodian zips the “FW_offline.json” when the vasp calculation is once finished, and the error happens before writing ‘task.json’ file.

I would appreciate if you can suggest another way to make it work. Following is the ‘FW_job.error’ file

Many thanks,
Sung


Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 243, in run
Rocket.update_checkpoint(lp, launch_id, checkpoint)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 433, in update_checkpoint
offline_info = loadfn(“FW_offline.json”)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/serialization.py”, line 71, in loadfn
with zopen(fn) as fp:
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/monty/io.py”, line 71, in zopen
return open(filename, *args, **kwargs)
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/bin/rlaunch”, line 11, in
sys.exit(rlaunch())
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/scripts/rlaunch_run.py”, line 155, in rlaunch
launch_rocket(launchpad, fworker, args.fw_id, args.loglvl, pdb_on_exception=args.pdb)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket_launcher.py”, line 58, in launch_rocket
rocket_ran = rocket.run(pdb_on_exception=pdb_on_exception)
File “/home/sbcho/.conda/envs/sung/lib/python3.6/site-packages/fireworks/core/rocket.py”, line 409, in run
with open(‘FW_offline.json’, ‘r+’) as f:
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘FW_offline.json’

2018년 1월 30일 화요일 오후 12시 52분 32초 UTC-6, Anubhav Jain 님의 말:

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귀하가 이 전자우편의 지정 수신인이 아니라면 본 메일에 포함된 정보의 전부 또는 일부를 무단으로 보유, 사용하거나 제3자에게 공개, 복사, 전송, 배포해서는 안 됩니다.

본 메일이 잘못 전송되었다면, 전자우편 혹은 전화로 연락해주시고, 메일을 즉시 삭제해 주시기 바랍니다. 협조해 주셔서 감사합니다.