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Old   March 24, 2021, 09:30
Default Ansys autosave error : running in batch mode
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Hi all,

I'm running ansys fluent in batch mode on compute canada cluster. The simulation runs fine until it reach the iteration which it should autosave with the following error message.

"Error: Hdfio library can be only loaded in parallel.

Error: Hdfio library can be only loaded in parallel.
Error Object: #f

Warning: An error or interrupt occurred while reading the journal file.
Some commands may not have been completed."

I googled the error message but could net get any result on how solve this.

Any help would be higly appreciated.

Following code is used in my journal file to execute autosave.
"/file/auto-save/save-data-file-every flow-time
/file/auto-save/data-frequency 1
/file/auto-save/case-frequency if-case-is-modified"

Thank you.

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