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Old   March 13, 2015, 03:02
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Good morning!!!

Since yesterday, I am using a cluster for my calculation.
Before that, I'm using the workbench, and I was checking convergence with CFX solver manager and its automatic drawn curves.

How can I draw convergence curves in live in batch mode? Can someone give me a script which draw the same curves as in CFX Solver windows (I think based on the file.out)?

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If you can start cfx5solve on your cluster you can monitor the running job directly: 'monitor run in progress', select the .dir folder
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Load up solver manager and click on open CFX run in progress. Select the directory of the run in progress - it will have a name like .tmp_dir(run name) or something like that.
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Sorry, I think my question was confused.

On the cluster, I can't use the workbench, because I have no graphical interface.
In my repertory, I have just CFX.def, CFX_001.out, CFX.def, and CFX_001.dir in which I have cfx5.interp.ccl cfx5.tt, cfx5.mms def mms mms.setup mms.setup.attrb mode.dat mon mon.old out phst par ccl and 1400_full.bak (my back up file, at iteration #1400).

But I can access to my repertory by another cluster with a graphical interface. I open solver manager by the workbench, then select job.err (created by my script to launch the job), and I select Run In Progress and then CFX_001.dir.

Thanks for the idea.

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Start CFX in stand alone mode, not through workbench. Use the CFX launcher to start solver manager and do as Lance and I suggested in our previous posts.
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To add to Glenn and Lance's suggestions.

You can start the CFX in stand alone mode on another computer that can access the same filesystem used by the cluster; therefore, you comply with the cluster requirements, and you are also able to monitor, or post-process intermediate backup/transient files if you need to.
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