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Old   July 14, 2003, 07:32
Default Help: Batch file for Parallel Processing ( 2CPU )
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Dear FLUENT users:

I can use FLUENT 6.1 in Opeteron with batch files as

fluent 3d -g -i inputfile > outputfile 2>&1

with input file as below

rc xxx.cas rd xxx.dat /solve/init/init it 1000 wd xxx.out exit yes

However, there are 2 CPU for our AMD Opteron computer, I guess that maybe only one CPU is used in above batch file, I am confused by reading online help, because it seems for MPI parallel. my question is : How to run parallel FLUENT 6.1 in batch file way for 2 CPU is one computer?

Thanks for your help in advance.

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P.S. the OS is Linux
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Old   July 15, 2003, 21:34
Default Answer:Batch file for Parallel Processing ( 2CPU )
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I have found the answer as: fluent 3d -t2 -g -i inputfile > outputfile 2>&1

However, I encounter another difficulty: How to record the every CPU time for the parallel FLUENT?
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