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Old   February 22, 2016, 20:57
Question External operation: 'queryStatus' has failed.This may or may not become a fatal error
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I am trying connect 2 compute machines in HPC server to solve 1 job with RSM in Ansys; 1 workstation as Client machine( Window Server 2012 R2, HPC Pack 2012 R2), 1 workstation as Solver Manager and Compute server machine( Window 7). I have just submitted 1 job from client to solver and get the result succesfully but only solver machine solve the job when I don't declare these computers integrated in HPC server. Now, I want 2 machine to solve the project in same time, I declare these computers integrated in HPC server and test in RSM, I see the error like this pic above. What will I do next?
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