Debugging output
A variety of files may be printed by Tramonto in VERBOSE mode. Here is a quick reference for
what can be found in those files.
 dft_time.out: timing and parallel performance results for the run.
 cr.out: For CMS polymers, this file prints back out the direct correlation function, as given by the Cr_file
specified in dft_input.dat.
 cr.lj.out: For CMS polymers, this file contains the direct correlation function after the LJ attractions have been added to it.
 dens_iter.dat: Stores the solution vector as a function of position for each Newton iteration.
 dft_freen_prof.dat: For cases where Ndim=1, this file contains the free energy density as a function of position. This is related to the surface tension profile of an interface with planar symmetry.
 dft_vext.dat: This file contains the neutral part of the external field acting on each species
as a function of position on the mesh.
 dft_vext_c.dat: This file contains the Coulombic part of the external field acting on each species
as a function of position on the mesh.
 dft_zeroTF.dat: This file contains an array of 0s and 1s (FALSE and TRUE respectively) as a function of
position on the mesh. When this array is TRUE, a given node is assumed to be inside a surface, and the EulerLagrange equations of
the density functional theory are replaced with the simple condition density=0.
 dft_zones.dat: This file contains the zone assignment of every node on the mesh (for mesh or Jacobian coarsenening purposes).
 proc_mesh.dat: This file contains data on the node to processor
map obtained by the load balancing process.
 Resid2.dat: currently disabled (v2.1).
 rho_init.dat (and rho_init.datg): echos initial guess for a given run (contains same parameters as would be found in dft_dens.dat and dft_dens.datg)
 stencil.out: This file contains the integration stencils used for residual and jacobian calculations. The
columns are an index, then the Ndim offsets, then the weight.
