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Old   August 9, 2006, 09:47
Default memory leaks opening/closing cases with udf?
Daniele Scatolini
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My FLUENT model is made by two distinct cases. First step: open fluent 6.2.16; open the first case with its data,read some data from a (previous saved) file "a" by define_profile udf,simulate steady state,write some data into file "b" using on-demand udf,close case writing its data; Second step: open the second case with its data,read the previos saved file "b" with define_profile udf,simulate unsteady,write some data into file "a" by on_demand udf,close case saving its data.Close fluent.

This iteratively, all driven by a BASH shell in LINUX, wich calls from a "for" loop fluent, sending it a text file of fluent text commands as input. It happens that, after some tenth of these double cycles, the ram starts to reduce itself,until...ends! Previously i didn't close and re-open fluent at each double step,and i though it stayed allocated memory;but also now,after closing fluent,memory leak happen. Thanks to any help. Rome.
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Old   August 12, 2006, 18:43
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