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Old   September 19, 2018, 09:29
Default Scripts to run fluent in Linux cluster via windows
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Hello all,
I am facing a problem while using linux cluster to run fluent via windows. In order to run fluent i have wrote two scripts,which you can see in the picture. when i try to run the job using qsub command `qsub fluent_example.jobī
Then I got a message as my job has been submitted. But simulation did not start though no one is using the cluster at the moment.
when i have seen the output file i got error as $PBS_O_WORKDIR:undefined varible. Can anyone help me to resolve the error?

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Old   September 19, 2018, 16:23
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You tried to cd into the workdir and it couldn't, hence it didn't execute anything else and hence why it never ran any job.

Why don't you have a hashbang? I.e. the first line is usually something like:
Instead of
I am used to seeing it as:
You can also try instead to just manually type the path to the directory
cd /home/paba/cluster_test1/
This should work even if the PBS_O_WORKDIR variable is not set.
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