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Old   October 19, 2010, 05:05
Default Parallel computation using NUMECA 6.1
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I am doing some turbomachinery computation using NUMECA 6.1, the total grid of the mesh is about nine million, and about 8 nodes of 16G cpu is turned on for the parallel computation. Errors occur when attribute memory.

As I know, the NUMECA is 32 bit and it is now running on the platform of LINUX. The system self should be capable of calling memory of more than 4G(we have tried it through other application). Then, does the attribution error comes from NUMECA? What should I do then?

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What is your operating system type, 32 bits or 64 bits?

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