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Ehab44 March 19, 2013 17:33

Ansys 14 installation on Dual Processor machine
 
Hi

I need to know how can I install Ansys 14 on a dual processor machine to make use of all the available cores.


Yours,
Ehab

vasava March 20, 2013 07:33

Just install the whole Ansys package. There is no separate procedure to make it compatible for parallel process.

Ehab44 March 20, 2013 07:48

Hi
I already installed the whole Ansys package.

When I used the parallel option in the Fluent, I received a message that the license is restricted to 8 cores only and we have 32 cores.


Yours,
Ehab

RodriguezFatz March 20, 2013 08:34

Sounds like you have a wrong license key or you have less licenses than you though... What do you have? A single HPC pack?

Ehab44 March 20, 2013 13:42

I have Ansys 14 but not HPC pack

RodriguezFatz March 20, 2013 15:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ehab44 (Post 415322)
I have Ansys 14 but not HPC pack

But you say you have 32 licenses... how does this work without HPC?

Ehab44 March 20, 2013 15:17

No. I have 32 cores on dual processor.

RodriguezFatz March 20, 2013 16:51

I don't get it. Your hardware does not seem to be the problem. It's your license. Obviously, your license thinks it is for 8 cores max. You say, you don't have an Ansys HPC license, which I don't understand, because as far as I know, HPC is the way to get an 8 core license. What kind of license do you have? It doesn't seem to be a standard Fluent license, because that runs just on a single core.

vasava March 21, 2013 03:35

I guess you have an academic license. Some academic licenses have this limitations.

RodriguezFatz March 21, 2013 04:46

Don't they have 4 core max? At least in Germany...

oj.bulmer March 21, 2013 04:55

Academic licences do have multicore computation enabled. I have used upto 4. It seems that his licence is only for 8 cores. I know ANSYS sells the HPC pack in multiples of 4 (4,8,14) etc.

OJ

vasava March 21, 2013 10:03

I remember that at university we could only use 4 processors at one time although our clusters has nodes with 8 and 16 cores.


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