|July 23, 2013, 05:50||
Running paraview parallel on windows 7
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Hello everyone. Currently I am handling a lot of data in VTK format with paraview in windows 7. To be specific the number of cells is around 1.5 millions. Although I have a very powerful graphics card, my paraview is operating very slow. I guess the problem is arising due to the usage of the processor. Is anything like mpirun available on windows 7? If so then I think I could possibly use it and make paraview faster. Could anyone shade some lights on this matter? I would appreciate your help.
|August 21, 2013, 12:20||
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ParaView provides a neat feature to activate (by default) the usage of multiple cores on a single machine.
It's accessible through the menu "Edit -> Settings", then in the "General" item on the tree on the left and then it's the option "Use Multi-Core". To its right you can choose the number of cores.
Keep in mind that "the more, the merrier; but too many makes a mess"
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