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Old   September 12, 2012, 08:25
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Dear all,

I got a question concerning case-files in batch jobs.
If I want to run a simulation as a batch job parallel at several cores, does it make any difference for may simulation results whether my case-file was saved in parallel or serial mode during the simulation set up before?

Thanks a million for any help!
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I'm not expert for batch jobs, but I usually save my cas file as serial and then open and calculate in parallel mode; so I think you will not have any problem..
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Hi Lilly,

I've never had problems either: serial, parallel, different number of cores, batch mode... everything works for me.

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Dear Marion, dear Daniele,

that sounds good!
Thank you for your help!
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