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Old   September 26, 2012, 12:53
Question How to start simulation automatically when the license is available
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Hi,

I'm sharing one CFX license with my colleague. May I ask how to let my simulation running automatically start when he checks out the license and stop when he checks in? By the way, I have workbench.
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Three options:
* Use batch scheduling software like PBS.
* Use Workbench's built in remote solver manager
* Talk to your colleague and work out when each of you are using the system.
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