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Old   June 13, 2013, 13:07
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when I stop the run in parallel and do reconstructPar it starts to write from 0 time folder while they have written before.how to write time steps by this tool after the last time folder that is written?
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Hi Ehsan,

Try to write

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reconstructPar -help
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its the command:
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reconstructPar -newTimes
but what about "Mach" command?it seems there is no an option for it.
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Not all tools come with the same options.
Best thing to do with the Mach tool is to specify the times explicitly with the '-time ...' option.

You can of course have a look at the reconstructPar code for the newTimes option and implement it yourself in the Mach-tool.

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Not all tools come with the same options.
Best thing to do with the Mach tool is to specify the times explicitly with the '-time ...' option.

You can of course have a look at the reconstructPar code for the newTimes option and implement it yourself in the Mach-tool.

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In case there is no "-newTimes" option you can figure out what is the first time you need to be reconstructed e.g. 100 and use "-time 100:" which should reconstruct all times starting from 100.
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