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mohammad January 10, 2012 11:10

Ansys 13---> HP-MPI or Intel-MPI
 
HI All,
I have installed the ANSYS 13. After the installation, i want to install "MPI for FLUENT Parallel", .
I want to know that which MPI should I install, Intle-MPI or HP-MPI???
I read the Anysy Help Manual, but i did not understand my answer.
So could anyone please tell me about this question?

Plus, for each of HPMPI and Intel_MPI there is an installation instruction , and at the end of each instruction ( for example, HPMPI version) there are two steps that I dont know how to do them.
When the installation is complete, add %MPI_ROOT%\bin to your System PATH environment variable.
To cache your Windows password, open a Command Prompt window and run:
"%AWP_ROOT130%\ansys\hpmpi\sethpmpipassword" .

I highly appreciate in advance,

stumpy January 10, 2012 11:46

Is this for CFX or FLUENT? If it's FLUENT try the FLUENT forum.

mohammad January 10, 2012 12:55

Hi.
Actually, because there is no "comment" on the installation wizard about how to activate PARALLEL in CFX I thought it may be related to both of them. As I know HPMPI is used in CFX as well, So, that's the reason that i posted this question in both FLUENT and CFX....

Thanks for your attention

stumpy January 10, 2012 16:04

All the required parallel libraries for CFX are installed by default in 13.0.

mohammad January 10, 2012 22:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by stumpy (Post 338695)
All the required parallel libraries for CFX are installed by default in 13.0.

Thanks a lot.


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