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Old   September 14, 2023, 13:32
Default There is not enough space on the disk for simulation results
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Hello everyone have a nice day,

Ive downloaded REEF3D and started the first simulation. After a few hours I saw that I got no space in my C: directory (before simulationI got 11GB space), so I assume simulation outputs are stored in C directory. But the simulation folder is in \\wsl.localhost\Ubuntu\home\baranpolat\test1.

My question is can I change the directory C: to D: because I got a lot of space in D.

Any suggestions and helps are appreciated.

Thanks a lot,

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Old   September 21, 2023, 08:34
Default Changing directory from C to D
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Yes, you can do this by following below steps:

1. Open REEF3D
2. Access Simulation Settings
3. Change Output Directory
4. Choose D
5. Save Changes
6. Restart Simulation

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