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Old   October 16, 2011, 03:06
Default how I can write the file script to submite via HPC cluster at my UNI
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hi there
see please the below link:
http://hpc.usq.edu.au/documentation/...es.htm#ansysex
it gives example for batch script to run ansys-fluent 12.1.4 on HPC cluster.
As you can see, it has been written on the third row that:
Please save this script into a file called (Fluent121.script) and
# Submit this script using the command: qsub Fluent121.script

what kind of programm which can open the files with script extension?

finally, help me ASAP.

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The link is broken. And you should post this request on the fluent forum anyway.
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Old   October 17, 2011, 03:18
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what kind of programm which can open the files with script extension?

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if it is required to submit via qsub, then the HPC is running on Linux; you can open script file with any text editor. the extension is not important in Linux like windows, it is the attribute which is important and tells the system if your file is executable. search around and you will find a lot of document for it.
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