Temperature and pressure control

My question is regarding the simultaneous control of temperature and pressure.

(a) To control the temperature a re-scale of particle velocities is needed and,
(b) To control the pressure the volume (particle positons) re-scale is needed (which I believe implies on particle velocities).

(Question) Is there a specif combination of thermostat and barostat we should avoid? I mean since the thermostat will control the velocity and the barostat as well (in this case indirectly controlling the particle positions).

Thank you


pressure control is done adjusting the size of the unit cell and rescaling atomic coordinates (see https://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/namd/2.9/ug/node37.html). So no clash with temperature control, which re-scales velocities.