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Fabio July 1, 2008 04:05

Parallel computing on dual core
 
Hi all, i would like to know if is possible to launch a parallel computing on a system with a single dual core e6400 processor by assigning one process to each core. Thanks in advance for any answer.

Leverkin July 1, 2008 05:53

Re: Parallel computing on dual core
 
Yes you can.

Open command prompt from Visual Studio (if you use Windows) nai then type in the command prompt window:

>fluent -t2

and fluent will launch.

Then from Fluent Interface go to File-> Run and you will set the number of processes you want to run Fluent.


red lemon July 3, 2008 18:23

Re: Parallel computing on dual core
 
but you need 2 licences to do this, on for each process.

Leverkin July 8, 2008 05:28

Re: Parallel computing on dual core
 
Yes! Red Lemon is right!


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