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Old   December 29, 2011, 09:46
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Hi guys,

I use fluent 6.3.26. In order to run in parallel on a 4-core computer, i type
fluent 3ddp -t4 in Command Prompt.

How could i run a simulation on the second core of my 4-core machine for example? And another simulation on the third core for example?

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Hi guys,

I use fluent 6.3.26. In order to run in parallel on a 4-core computer, i type
fluent 3ddp -t4 in Command Prompt.

How could i run a simulation on the second core of my 4-core machine for example? And another simulation on the third core for example?

Thanks,
spk
hi
run two simulation differently using one core . You cannot specify the core you want to use . you can use two cores for a single simulation by using -t2.

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