|December 12, 2010, 10:02||
Ansys hpc !?
Join Date: Aug 2009
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I am in doubt about the next situation:
-at my work we have two ansys license installed on two different computer. The platform is the same (HP brand) both with the same version of windows and linux.
-unfortunately, sometime is necessary to run some problem, which can during very long time on a single computer.
My question is: I can used option share memory or distribution solution without buy other supplementary license ? I can use both computers to run the same problem without other investment in license ?
-both computer have dual core intel xeon (single cpu/workstation)
Thank you very much for your opinion. I will appreciate if somebody used already this settings and posted here opinion and some advice about how it works the system, and how increase the performance.
Mess with the best die like the rest ... ANSYS is the best !!!
|December 14, 2010, 12:46||
I have V12 and V13 (Ansys Fluent).
Ansys licensing does not allow you to use more than one active license on the same run.
You need parallel licenses to distribute a model over multiple cores/computers.
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