|February 17, 2010, 23:22||
parallel 6DOF UDF....
Join Date: Nov 2009
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i am simulating store separation in Fluent using 6DOF solver.The mesh size is 2.3 million and it is tetrahedral grid.Now the problem is if i run it on a single node, my system goes out of memory.So i have to use parallel processing.But in parallel processing,after 1st time step, i get the following error.
unable to read cmd header on pmi context:generic socket failure........
MPID_SOCK_WAIT:The specified network name is no longer available...
and befor that ,durine the compilation of udf,i get a warning as well i.e;
the specified directory is not shared.This may cause file opening issues across the network.
I am using Windows xp ,Quad node processor with 2 GB of ram.
Can anyone help me in this regard??
|February 18, 2010, 15:56||
Marco Evangelos Biancolini
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Rome - Italy
Posts: 77Rep Power: 9
I think that you can have a quick fix to your problem contacting the ANSYS support... UDF usually are not included in the support but I remember that the 6 dof model comes with standard fluent version.
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