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Old   February 18, 2014, 06:02
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Hi,

I just got into CFD and CCM+, therefore I would like to have a look at different options and their consequences. To do this I wrote a little bash script with this command:

/####/STAR-CCM+8.04.010/star/bin/starccm+ -power -np $prozessor -batch -time $file &>$file.log

which works very well, as output, I get a batch.log and a batch@00010.sim file. My questions are: What does the 00010 stand for? Does this new file contain all necessary informations or does it contain the differences to the original file? Can I change the 00010 to something different?

Thank you very much for all your ideas

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Old   February 20, 2014, 08:38
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It seems to be the number of iterations it stopped at.

If anyone is interested, this is what my bash script looks like:

Code:
#!/bin/bash

echo "number of cpus:"
read prozessor
echo "$prozessor processors have been chosen"

Ort=$(/bin/pwd)

for file in $Ort/*.sim
do
echo "$file has been started"
/pathto/STAR-CCM+8.04.010/star/bin/starccm+ -power -np $prozessor -batch -time $file  &>$file.log
echo "$file has been finished"

done
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