|April 14, 2010, 05:07||
Join Date: Apr 2010
Posts: 33Rep Power: 7
I am trying to run CFX on a supercomputer at my University. The cases run for a bit, reading the ccl and then come up with a licensing error. Please see part of the debug message below:
2010/04/13 12:03:42 NEW_CONNECTION
Connected to license server: 2325@egg.
FLEXlm Servers: 1055@egg
2010/04/13 12:03:45 DENIED CFX_SOLVER_LEAST_NOLIMIT 2009.0401 1/0/0/0 14/24/1772/1772 11093:CFX_SOLVER:*****@node003.cm.cluster:linx64:n ode003
Feature CFX_SOLVER_LEAST_NOLIMIT does not exist in the ANSYSLI pool.
There are licenses available as the software works on another supercomputer and on my desktop. Does anyone know what could be wrong?
|April 14, 2010, 06:13||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Sydney, Australia
Posts: 11,582Rep Power: 90
You might have a node limited license and your simulation has now gone over the allowable size.
If you have a supercomputer then you should have some tech people to maintain it and a large support contract with ANSYS. Refer it to the tech people, and get them to contact ANSYS if there is a problem.
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