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Old   March 11, 2000, 07:39
Default Can't start parallel on NT
John Faragher
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Has anybody used the parallel version of Fluent on an NT machine? I get error messages when I start it.

I can run the serial version fine but when I try to start the parallel version of Fluent from a DOS window with the command:

fluent 2d -t2

I get a message:

Cannot read directory: c:\\fluent5.3\ntx86\2d_host

Any hints much appreciated, John Faragher
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Old   March 11, 2000, 08:40
Default Re: Can't start parallel on NT
tang xin
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I has used the following command and can start successfully it on NT: c:\\ntbin\ntx86\fluent -t2
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Old   March 13, 2000, 08:07
Default Re: Can't start parallel on NT
Volker Pawlik
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I once had a similar message. The reason was that no parallel version was installed. But it was with Fluent 5.2.
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Old   March 16, 2000, 12:44
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I am running a fairly complex 3D model using Parallel solver 5.3 on NT. I can start it in any directory. Make sure you have installed the P-version correctly. If you are including DPM in model, becareful, there is a glich in the code. Good Luck.
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