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Old   October 24, 2005, 12:16
Default how to define memory allocation factor in unix
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I run cfx5 in university computation center which is cluster/unix type. Whenever i submit cfx5 job, i type a command line like

cfx5solve -def flow.def -batch -ini flow_001.res

right now, i have to request larger memory allocation factors under both "partitioner" and "solver" in CFX solver GUI. But how can i input those two numbers in my cluster/unix command? For example, "-ini" is the pre-word for initial file, what are the pre-words for two memory allocation factors?

thanks a lot!

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Old   October 25, 2005, 10:26
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Run "cfx5solve -help" to get a full list of the options. This will include how to increase the partitioner and solver memory allocation factors. Mike
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