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Old   July 13, 2018, 00:44
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Hi All,
I installed SU2 code on CentOS 7 without any error reported and passes all tests provided with source code. When I'm running it on login node using parallel_computation.py script everything works fine, but running same script on compute node hangs execution without termination/error. On compute node it is only using single core of a node. I am using SLURM for job schedulling.
I observed that whenever I'm running same script by establishing SSH connection to compute everything works fine.
Any input on this will be appreciated
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