Hi, I hope one day there is
I hope one day there is no need to use this utility anymore and I can read the decomposed mesh in paraFoam/paraview directly. I read something about this will be possible with OF1.4?
But for now I have to use reconstructPar. I had problems reconstructing large cases fast, especially if there are many time steps, since it is not possible to reconstruct in parallel. So I changed the reconstructPar so that it is possible to use more than one reconstructPar at the same time. For this I added an option -reconStartTime, which is the first time step I want to reconstruct and -reconTimeStepFactor, which is the factor for nth time step to reconstruct.
Example: -reconStartTime=0.02 and -reconTimeStepFactor=3 the time steps 0.02 0.06 0.09 0.12 etc will be reconstructed.
And with (put it in a script):
reconstructParNew <root> <case> -reconTimeStepFactor 3 -reconStartTime 0.02 > reconstructlog1 &
reconstructParNew <root> <case> -reconTimeStepFactor 3 -reconStartTime 0.03 > reconstructlog2 &
reconstructParNew <root> <case> -reconTimeStepFactor 3 -reconStartTime 0.04 > reconstructlog3 &
I can reconstruct "parallel" at least distribute it easy. But watch for the main memory (swapping)!
I added also the -delete option so that the last reconstructed time will be delete automatic in the processor directory. See also http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_Discus/messages/1/1547.html and http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D...es/1/1536.html
P.S. Maybe this is not the clean code it should be, but it does the job.
Hi, there is a little bug i
there is a little bug in my example, it should go:
Example: If the solver dumps every 0.01 to the processor directories and -reconStartTime=0.02 and -reconTimeStepFactor=3 the time steps 0.02 0.05 0.08 0.11 etc. will be reconstructed. Sorry.
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