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Old   January 8, 2013, 09:00
Default runtime postprocessing, parallel case with cyclics
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I'd like to use the cuttingPlane FO at runtime on my parallel Case which has two cyclics.

Here is what happens:

[0] Unhandled coupledPolyPatch type processorCyclic
[0]     From function isoSurface::collocatedFaces(const coupledPolyPatch&) const
[0]     in file sampledSurface/isoSurface/isoSurface.C at line 94.
FOAM parallel run aborting
I heard you can avoid this, when the decomposition doesn't cut the cyclics, but is there any other way to get it running?

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Old   April 20, 2016, 10:54
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Hi, I would like to know that have you solved this prob. ?
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