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Article ID: 338 - Last Modified: September 21, 2011

If I've experienced a Maestro crash, and can no longer work with my project, is there a way to recover it?

You can try the following utilities to help recover your Project table:

$SCHRODINGER/utilities/project_extract -i original-project-name -o new-project-name -e all

You can also specifically try to recover parts of the project (Phase, or Prime results etc). To get the full synopsis of this utility, use the -h option.

To extract the project entries, Phase workflow data and Prime data you would do:

$SCHRODINGER/utilities/project_extract -i input project -o output project -e "phase, psp"

Keywords: maestro, crash, corrupted, project, rescue

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