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Old   July 9, 2019, 13:15
Default Does CTRL+C corrupt/harm in anyway the files?
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I'm in a weird situation in which only way I can stop the fluent running is ctrl+c. Does doing this harm the output files in any way? Is there anything else I can do with terminal?

While I'm here maybe I can find a solution to what got me here in the first place. I use ICEPAK which creates a journal file for fluent and runs the simulations, and you can terminate the solution via ICEPAK's GUI. But, I closed the ICEPAK during the simulation, and since I don't have any more licenses, I can't open it again! Now I'm left with a fluent that doesn't have any buttons such as "terminate" or "end simuation", just tht terminal.

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