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Old   August 3, 2004, 13:57
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Mukund
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Hi All,

Whenever I start fluent (6.1 version), after the license detection I get this message,

Kill script file is c:\temp\kill-fluent3668

I was wondering if there is some problem with the settings or is it ok to encounter this message. Thanks in advance for any views or comments on this.

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Old   August 4, 2004, 03:32
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Hello Mukund, I get also the same message whenever I start Fluent and I work on an Unix Platform. All of my partners have the same but no one of us knows what is it exactly. The problem is a file generation each time you load fluent.

I'm also interesteed to unterstand why such a message.

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Old   August 4, 2004, 03:51
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George
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Why don't you look for explanation into the file? Easy enough..

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Old   August 4, 2004, 09:07
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It's a kill script that Fluent has incoporated. I don't know about any Window's platforms, but on the Unix platform the script is kind of a back-up way of getting out of fluent. If you run the script it will kill the main process and any associated processes it can find. It's easier then going through the ps -ef|grep fluent and killing each command individually. Only time I've had to use it is when the server had a power outage and it disconnected me from the parallel nodes. Hitting cancel tells it to interupt, but for some reason my workstation didn't recognize that the nodes weren't there anymore. That's where the kill script came in. It's all in the file.

On the HP Unix platform type:

more kill-fluent#######

It'll give you all the details on what to do.

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Old   August 4, 2004, 11:28
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Thanks to everyone for your responses.

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