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Old   July 27, 2012, 03:33
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Hello,

I am trying to run a simulation with a parallel computation. My computer has 4 cores. I open the Task Definition Window and I activate the option parallel computation and when I try to run it, a window appear and is like is going to start but the simulation doesn't start. This windows shows "start_status_ok" but the simulation doesn't run.

Can anybody help me?? Thanks in advance
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Old   July 27, 2012, 03:46
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More information: I use Windows 64 bits... can be because of the system??
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Old   July 30, 2012, 01:37
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Hi,

Could i know what version of NUMECA FINE you are using and what type of Windows you have?

Before you could do so, you will have to make sure that your license does support for multi-cores up to 4 cores (for your case). Secondly, if the license does meet your requirement, make sure you register the MPIregister.exe and wpiregister.exe (in \bin directory) and key in your username and password that you use to log in the windows. if you do not have one, please create it.

Lastly, make sure the smpd.exe is pointed from /bin64.

I will encourage you to reach to your local support as the set up may a bit complicated.
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Thanks a lot!!!
It is working now!! )
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Hello again
I would like to run the simlation in LINUX now... but there is a problem and I can't.
Anybody knows how i can use "ssh" instead of "rsh" (it is by default this last one)
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Hi,

Anyway you could reach to your local support on this manner? I believe they will happy to help you. By the way, may i know where are you located?
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I have the same problem with you
I wanna know how did you solve the problem
could you do me a favor ?
thanks a lot
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