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Old   May 7, 2001, 11:16
Default Fluent 5.4 and Linux kernel 2.4
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Hi there

We have recently installed kernel 2.4 on a Redhat 7.0 system. Since this I have had trouble getting parallel (multiple Linux PC's) runs started. My problem appears when trying to read (partition) the grid in the Linux parallel solver. I use a sliding mesh.

When trying to import into the parallel solver using Metis, I get the following:

"... Error: prf-set-var: invalid flonum Error Object: (0)

Cells section: missing closing or open parathesis..."

Has anybody experienced similar problems?



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