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Old   September 16, 2015, 23:34
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Dear Foamers,

After I complete a parallel run up to 30s,I wish to extend the parallel run to 35s. Now what should I do to achieve this step by step?

PS: My solution is that : First, I change the startTime to 30s and endTime to 35s. Second, I exect the code: mpirun -n 4 myIcoFoam -parallel. But, after the calculation is over, paraFoam shows that the results at the time 30s are totally varied and have a distinct behavior from the original 30s. So, this solution does no work.

Any suggestion is welcome. I am looking forward to your kind help!

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