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Old   November 1, 2004, 19:12
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I've been trying to set up CFX-5 for parallel operation on Windows XP.

I've sorted out the rsh service on both my master and slave machines. I've installed/started MPICH on both machines and set the user name/account and password etc. I've tested the "rsh" service both ways on my network using the "rsh winhost cmd /c echo working" command. This works for both master and slave.

However, when I come to solve I get the error message:



rsh to host node1 produces the following output before the output of the command:

Terminal readThe handle is invalid.

This may cause problems spawning parallel slaves, especially on Windows


Although I get this message, the run does appear to be running in parallel.

Does anyone know what the problem might be? Also I have found that you have to turn off the windows firewall and any antivirus software in order for CFX to run, has anyone else noticed this?


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