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Old   June 6, 2006, 06:49
Default problem with running UDF in batch mode
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James
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Hi All,

I am having problems with running my job in batch mode when i hook a udf to Fluent. Is there a way around this? What i have done is to use the compiled option to build the udf library and at the inlet and out of my boundary, i am using a udf. I am able to run it when i run fluent interactively. When i submit to the cluster, i get the following error message:

Opening library "libudf"... Primitive Error at Node 0: open_udf_library: No such file or directory error: executing task of job 783222 failed: error: executing task of job 783222 failed: error: executing task of job 783222 failed: error: executing task of job 783222 failed:

Is there anything i can do to have this job run in batch mode?

My job is suppose to run on two processors and so i suspect i need to parallelize my udf? or i have to do something about the read/write commands in my job file? Any suggestions on how to fix this problem will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

James

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