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Francis July 2, 2012 02:07

Troubleshooting ''ERROR #001100247 has occurred in subroutine''
 
Hi everyone

Can anyone help troubleshooting this error? I'm using Ansys 13.0. The mesh statistics are around 550,000 nodes. The CFX solver works well for mesh below 550,000 nodes but not above 550,000 nodes. Below are the errors that came out. The error message mentions a licence for all models is missing. Appreciate if anyone can help solving this problem. Thanks.

''
Unable to check out 1 licenses: No license for ANSYS CFX Solver (All Models) could be found.

ERROR #001100247 has occurred in subroutine . |
| Message: |
| |
| The solver is unable to continue because of licensing problems. |
| |
| A license for the following capability level could not be checked |
| out: |
| |
| Basic Capability Solver |
| |
| Please carefully examine the error message output above and check |
| that: |
| |
| 1) The license server is specified correctly and is running. |
| |
| 2) An appropriate license is available for checking out. |
| |
| These problems can be checked using the ANSYS Client ANSLIC_ADMIN |
| utility. For further troubleshooting information please consult |
| ANSYS, Inc. Licensing Guide. |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
| An error has occurred in cfx5solve: |
| |
| The ANSYS CFX solver exited with return code 1. No results file |
| has been created. |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
End of solution stage.
This run of the ANSYS CFX Solver has finished. ''

Gweher July 2, 2012 06:35

Hi,

Isn't it obvious, there is something wrong with the license... If you use the search tool you would have found topics related to your error :rolleyes:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glenn Horrocks
;85811
Hi,

Check the license manager to see if the solver is checked out. Sometimes the licenses do not check themselves back in again properly. Check the license manager log file, that may also help.

99% of licensing problems like this are fixed by shutting the the license server machine down and starting up again. A bit brutal and it can be done far more elegantly if you know how to drive license servers but it works and is simple.

Glenn Horrocks


pudasainee March 31, 2014 22:32

I get this problem. Yesterday it was working fine with same mesh and same settings.
 
ERROR #001100247 has occurred in subroutine . |
| Message: |
| |
| The solver is unable to continue because of licensing problems. |
| |
| A license for the following capability level could not be checked |
| out: |
| |
| ANSYS CFX Solver (> 512K Nodes) + Parallel |
| |
| Please carefully examine the error message output above and check |
| that: |
| |
| 1) The license server is specified correctly and is running. |
| |
| 2) An appropriate license is available for checking out. |
| |
| These problems can be checked using the ANSYS Client ANSLIC_ADMIN |
| utility. For further troubleshooting information please consult |
| ANSYS, Inc. Licensing Guide.

Lance April 1, 2014 02:26

As post #2 says, the error is obvious. You could not check out a license for a mesh with >512k nodes. Either they were already in use by other users, or something is wrong in your license setup.


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