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Old   August 11, 2006, 04:57
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Hi, I'm running Fluent works on a Linux client (OS is Red hat EL3, server Sun V20Z, 2proc AMD opteron 64bit, Gbit communication, Fluent 6.2). I experienced a strange performance: when I try to visualize a sequence of path lines images, RAM memory is not released and each operation (visualization, more iterations) become very very slow. If I try to exit the Fluent session, the RAM is always involved with the previous case. Anyone had the same problem? Many thanks Giorgio
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