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Old   April 17, 2020, 05:04
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Hi everyone,
I've problems when starting a 33 GB Ram Fluent project using a workstation with 12 cores. When the calculation starts, once I opened the task manager, I've seen 12 processes of Fluent (one for each core that I choose) and other 12 processes called OpenSeesSP. Unfortunately, the RAM is divided not in 12 parts but in 24 processes! Therefore the calculation seems to proceed very slowly.
Ho can I avoid those type of processes and what are they? See in the attached file for more details.
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