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Old   June 10, 2020, 05:58
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Hi there,

I have been running an experiment using a HPC, Linux cluster, and I'm struggling with the meshing part. Due to the complexity of the mesh, I can't run it on the login node, and need to submit it as a job script to a separate node, but I am unsure how. I have set all the necessary sizing and other properties for the mesh, I just need to generate it on one of the computing nodes. I have read on other posts on this forum that it may require a java script, instead of a Python which is used for Fluent job scripts, but I am unsure. Operating a HPC / using Linux is new grounds to me, so any help on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

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