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rikio October 11, 2011 23:10

Is there a way to postpone the batch run for a while?
 
When I run a batch, the error message below comes out right after a normally finished one.

| 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

After searching the solution from this forum, someone said it may caused by the unfreed license.
http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...-problems.html

So, I am wondering that is there a way to postpone the run for a while, 10 seconds for example, to let the license freed up, and then start the next model calculation normally?

I setup the batch to include 15 models yesterday, found 3 of them which are not successive have been finished this morning, and the rest are interupted by the ERROR #001100247.

Thanks for any suggestion from you.

ghorrocks October 12, 2011 06:50

google it and you will find it.

In Windows the command is "pause 10", and you need to install a windows additional commands pack to access it - again google it to find it.

rikio October 14, 2011 00:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 327637)
google it and you will find it.

In Windows the command is "pause 10", and you need to install a windows additional commands pack to access it - again google it to find it.


Thank you, Glenn.

Pause does not work, since it need a manually operation to continue.

I am trying the command of "ping localhost -n 10", if it works well, I will let you know.


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