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Old   August 15, 2009, 22:41
Default cfx12 x64 meshing: pc has 4 core but only 1 core working for the mesh? why?
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cfx12 x64 meshing: pc has 4 core but only 1 core working for the mesh? why?

previously, cfx11, when meshing on 32bit with dual cpu, both 2 cpu working HARD on the mesh....

why 64bit with CFX12 cannot mesh parallel ?

thanks for advices !
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Old   March 17, 2010, 22:18
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hello leeruoyun, i'm having the same question....
i'm using cfx12.0 with an amd phenomX4, but when i put cfx meshing i note only one core is used.
can you post your solution if you have?
thanks!
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Old   March 23, 2010, 13:37
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Hello everybody!

I'm probably too late, but here is a tip if not tried yet. While in cfx-mesh use the outline:
Options->Volume Meshing->Parallel Advancing Front, then set the appropriate number of partitions. Done successfully on 4 different machines, both 32 and 64-bit.

Hope, I've been helpful.

PS That doesn't work with Extruded 2D Mesh.
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