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Old   May 18, 2005, 08:48
Default error of Parallel fluent in 3d -t2!
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Hi! I had made a parallel simulation in a 2CPU compute.When fluent read the case (.cas) in auto partition ,there were such errors :

Parallel variables... Building...


auto partitioning mesh by Principal Y-Coordinate,

distributing mesh


faces.., 999999 (..\..\src\mpsystem.c@1228): mpt_read: failed: errno = 10054

999999: mpt_read: error: read failed trying to read 4 bytes: Invalid argument

Process [0] exited with status [-1073741819] Process [1] exited with status [259] MPIRUN exited with status [126] The Parallel FLUENT process could not be started.

Why so? And how to deal with?
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Old   May 18, 2005, 12:58
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Grid, double check you grid.
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Old   May 18, 2005, 17:59
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usually autopartion creates lot of problems, i would suggest if u can read the cas data in single processor and do manual partionaing and then save the case data and read them in fluent double processor version, i also used to get lot of errors till i started doing this.
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