- args = one or more of the following keywords: out, all, system, memory, communication, computes, dumps, fixes, groups, regions, variables, styles, time, or configuration
- out values = screen, log, append filename, overwrite filename
- styles values = all, angle, atom, bond, compute, command, dump, dihedral, fix, improper, integrate, kspace, minimize, pair, region
info system info groups computes variables info all out log info all out append info.txt info styles all info styles atom
Print out information about the current internal state of the running LAMMPS process. This can be helpful when debugging or validating complex input scripts. Several output categories are available and one or more output category may be requested.
The out flag controls where the output is sent. It can only be sent to one target. By default this is the screen, if it is active. The log argument selects the log file instead. With the append and overwrite option, followed by a filename, the output is written to that file, which is either appended to or overwritten, respectively.
The all flag activates printing all categories listed below.
The configuration category prints some information about the LAMMPS version as well as architecture and OS it is run on.
The memory category prints some information about the current memory allocation of MPI rank 0 (this the amount of dynamically allocated memory reported by LAMMPS classes). Where supported, also some OS specific information about the size of the reserved memory pool size (this is where malloc() and the new operator request memory from) and the maximum resident set size is reported (this is the maximum amount of physical memory occupied so far).
The system category prints a general system overview listing. This includes the unit style, atom style, number of atoms, bonds, angles, dihedrals, and impropers and the number of the respective types, box dimensions and properties, force computing styles and more.
The communication category prints a variety of information about communication and parallelization: the MPI library version level, the number of MPI ranks and OpenMP threads, the communication style and layout, the processor grid dimensions, ghost atom communication mode, cutoff, and related settings.
The computes category prints a list of all currently defined computes, their IDs and styles and groups they operate on.
The dumps category prints a list of all currently active dumps, their IDs, styles, filenames, groups, and dump frequencies.
The fixes category prints a list of all currently defined fixes, their IDs and styles and groups they operate on.
The groups category prints a list of all currently defined groups.
The regions category prints a list of all currently defined regions, their IDs and styles and whether “inside” or “outside” atoms are selected.
The variables category prints a list of all currently defined variables, their names, styles, definition and last computed value, if available.
The styles category prints the list of styles available in the current LAMMPS binary. It supports one of the following options to control which category of styles is printed out:
The time category prints the accumulated CPU and wall time for the process that writes output (usually MPI rank 0).
The out option has the default screen.
The styles option has the default all.